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- 1. SEMINAR ON pH PREPARED BY: SONAM GANDHI
- 2. pH and Sorensen’s scale• Electrolyte undergo dissociation in water producing ions.• Acids undergo ionization in water giving hydrogen ions or hydronium ions.• The thermodynamics definition for pH is• pH is defined as negative logarithm of activity of hydrogen ions.• Mathematically pH = -log aH+ --------------------(1)• where aH+ = activity of hydronium ion
- 3. • The activity of hydronium ion = hydronium ion concentration x rational activity coefficient .• aH+ = c x γ ± ----------------(2)• Substituting equation (2) in equation (1) gives• pH = -log(c x γ ± ) ------------------(3) for practical purpose , activities are equalto concentration in dilute solution( when salts arenot added) , because ionic strength is small.When neutral salt are added, the hydronium ionsactivity is affected and, hence activity coefficientshould be employed, i.e. equation (3).
- 4. • Sorenson defined pH as the logarithm of the reciprocal of the hydrogenion concentration.Mathematically pH is expressed as a pH = log 1 -------- (4) [H3O+]Equation (4) may be rearranged as: pH = log 1- log[H3O+] ----------------(5)
- 5. • Since log 1 is zero, equation (5) is written as : pH = -log[H30+] ------------------(6) Thus , pH defined as negative logarithm ofhydrogen ion concentration. Sorensen established the term pH , to representhydrogen ion potential. The term p used toexpress the negative logarithm .The concentration of the H30+ is expressed inmolarity, moles/liter etc.
- 6. Why in pH symbol p is small andH is capital?• The p in pH stands for "potenz" meaning "power" in Danish. Since the scale was given by a Danish Chemist Sorensen. H stands for Hydrogen and is its symbol. Hence H is written in capital letter.
- 7. SORENSEN’S pH SCALE• Based on the pH values and different concentration of H30+ ions, a scale is devised and named after Sorenson, who had developed it.• The scale starts with a zero pH, i.e., hydrogen ion concentration is 1(or 100). It means the solution is strongly acidic.• At the other end of the scale , pH is 14 i.e., hydrogen ion concentration is 10-14 .It means the solution is strongly alkaline.• The central point pH in the scale is 7.0, because [H3O+] is equal to [OH], i.e., hydrogen ion concentration is 10-7.
- 8. SORENSEN’S pH SCALE
- 9. • pH = 7 means neutral.• The region with pH values below 7 is designated as a acidic and above pH 7.0 is designated as basic (or alkaline).• The pH numbers obtained by measuring solutions containing colloids and non aqueous solutions have little correlation on the activity scale.
- 10. APPLICATION OF pH:• Enhancing solubility• Increasing stability• Improving purity• Optimizing biological activity• Comforting the body• Storage of products
- 11. THANK YOU

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