Its probably zero, i dont think it makes any difference just because its soapy water.
between 10 and 10.5
Alkalis feel soapy
Acid is sour in taste and base is bitter in taste and soapy to touch. But we should be careful and not try to taste acid or any base it may be very corrosive.
A soapstone is a soft heavy compact variety of talc having a soapy feel. A whetstone is a flat stone for sharpening edged tools or knives.
Not exaclty, i have tried this before. I watered one with normal water and one with soapy water. The soapy watered one wasn't very effected. In fact, it is still living(: and the normal watered one is too. but there really isn't much of a difference between the two of them. So yes, soapy water does affect a plant, but a very small effect. Meaning, the plant would still live for a pretty long time, if you watered it at its regularly needed basis. :D
Depends soapy water makes the bond between the water particles weaker. So if you add soapy water then it won't last as long
Stearates have a soapy appearance.
soapy was not allowed
Soapy (containing soap, as in soapy water) is 'savonneux' (masc.) or 'savonneuse' (fem.) in French.
Put soapy water on it. Put soapy water on it. Put soapy water on it.
Acids are soapy to touch.
Soapy water is alkaline
Please soak this in soapy water.
A base has a slippery soapy feel.
Soapy water is not bad for your plants.
yes, bases are soapy to touch and are corrosive in nature.
Soapy water is water which has soap dissolved in it.
Actually, soap isn't "soapy" unless it has water on it. So I suppose water makes soap "soapy."
Soapy water is Alkaline =) Your welcome =P
Soapy water is Alkaline so it is a base.
Soapy Smith was born in Coweta County, Georgia.
No. Bases feel soapy. Though feeling either is not recommended.
They feel soapy because of the reactant has produced the soap and has left the particles in it