a strong acid is lower on the pH scale a strong base is higher on the pH scale
it indicate the acid and base of the scale
It is a 2 on the acid-base scale, highly toxic to ingest - it will kill you.
Acid. Typically 2 on the pH scale
look at the pH scale
The pH scale
It's an Acid, it's number 4 on the pH scale, anything under 7 on the scale is an acid, anything above 7 is a base, and 7 exact is neutral. :P
YOu use the pH scale to tell if a substance is an acid or a base.
On a scale of 0 to 14 with 0 as acid and 14 as base shampoo would be a 2
A base is anywhere from 8 to 14 on the Ph scale. If a base of about 8 is added to and acid of about 6, the Ph will be balanced out.
No. Its on the other side of 7.
It's an 8.3 on the pH scale, so it's a base
pH scale :)
It is the 'ph' level or the potential of Hydrogen that tells whether a substance is an acid or base.
An acid is a proton donor and must always contain Hydrogen. Whereas a Base is a Proton receiver. The pH scale, anything below 7 is an Acid 7 is Neutral and anything above 7 is a Base.
It is an acid on the pH scale. It is found in fruits with citric acid.
it makes the acid and base in something equal for example: when you don't have a filter for your swimming pool and it turns green you use the PH scale to level out the acid and base in it and it cleans it.:)
1.scale 2.base 3.acid 4.solution
The level of Acidity, You can use Ph paper to figure out what liquid is a Acid or Base. Or refer to a Ph Scale.