why universal indicator is called universal indicator?
The alkali makes a universal indicator turn blue.
The universal indicator works by showing smooth color changes in a given pH range. It is a pH indicator that has various compounds that make up a solution.
Universal indicator gives the pH of the solution.
It turns the universal indicator red
The universal Indicator was invented in 1923 by Yamada
at is the color of universal indicator itself
Universal Indicator Blue was created in 1992.
Universal Indicator Red was created in 1993.
It turns the universal indicator purple or blue.
Universal Indicator Green was created in 1995.
Universal Indicator Yellow was created in 1993.
Universal Indicator turns concentrated HCl red because Universal Indicator turns strong acids reds.
Universal Indicator is used to test for the acidity of a solution, because the universal indicator has a wider range of pH that it can explain why a substance is acidic or basic.
Try and see; I don't know what 'universal indicator' is.
colour of ammonia in universal indicator would be blue.
Universal indicator is just that - an indicator. It is not intended as an accurate measurement system.
Universal indicator is a type of chemical that helps changes colour through acids and bases. Also there is no specific name of a universal indicator.
It turns the universal indicator to scale 1
In the universal indicator, hydrochloric acid will be red.
A universal indicator can by used in any solution.
Water is NOT Universal Indicator. Water is often referred to as a Universal Solvent as a large number of substances are soluble in it. Universal Indicator is a chemical agent that can be used to test the pH of a liquid.
sugar is a acid when dipped or mixed in universal indicator...............