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Why is it when aluminium chloride is dissolved in water resulting solution has a pH of 3?

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When Aluminium chloride is dissolved in water the resulting solution has a pH of 3 this is because aluminium chloride hydrolyses in water to form hydrochloric acid which is strongly acidic.

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