A strong acid id PH 1 or 2 and a weak acid is a number between 5 or 6 Not 7 because that is neutral
Both an acid and an alkali can be strong or weak. These are 2 different things. A strong acid is an acid which has a low pH (pH 1 or 2 or 3) and a weak acid is an acid of pH about 5 or 6. Whereas a strong alkali is an alkali of pH 11, 12 while a weak alkali has a pH of about 7 or 8.
A strong acid would have a pH of 3 or lower. The lower the pH, the stronger the acid.
a strong acid is around pH 1 or 2, ph7 is neutral and a strong alkali is pH 14
It has a pH closer to the beginning of the pH scale and example of a strong acid is stomach acid
i think a strong acid ionizes completely in water while a weak acid ionizes partiallly in water therefore the pH of a strong acid is greater than that of a weak acid The first part of your answer was correct, but the second was reversed. The pH of a strong acid is lower than the pH of a weak acid.
Acid burns! DAR it has the pH scale of 3-5
A strong acid is usually of pH 1-3
A strong acid will have a low pH and a strong base will have a high pH.
This is a strong acid.
A strong acid will have a very low pH A strong base will have a high pH
The pH will depend on the concentration of the acid, not on whether it is strong or weak.
The pH of the strong acid will be lower. This is because a strong acid dissociates >99% in solution, while a weak acid dissociates less then 2%.
a strong acid is lower on the pH scale a strong base is higher on the pH scale
Strong acid = 1 pH ( or lower ) Strong base = 14 pH ( or higher ) Neutral solution = 7 pH
the pH range of a strong acid
In pH terms, a weak acid is said to be not as acidic as strong acids. That is, the weak acid is almost 5-6 (approximately), or thereabout. A strong acid ranges from !-4, that means that that acid is very corrosive and dangerous.
yes a strong acid would have a lower ph level
pH is not a measure of how strong an acid is, it is a measure of how acidic or basic a solution is. This depends on both the strength of the acid/base and how much is dissolved in a given amount of water. Any acid will produce a pH below 7, and a strong acid will usually produce a very low pH, but again, that depends on the concentration. However, a pH of 0-3 would be considered a strong acid. Yet concentrated glacial acetic acid although very corrosive and strong would not have a pH this low.
A strong acid always has a pH much lower than 14.
Yes, with pH 0 being the strongest acid. Hydrochloric Acid is at pH 1.
measured on the PH scale, stomach acid is between pH 0.8 and pH 0.10 if you dont know what that means, its incredibly strong.
pH below 7 always is acid, base has pH above 7.
Strong acids have pH values below 3 , so it is a weak acid.