Milk of magnesia is basic (alkaline), not acidic.
Neither is acidic, both are basic. But milk of magnesia is less basic and therefore more acidic.
Milk of magnesia is Mg(OH)2 in water so it is a base and its aqueous solution is basic in nature.
Milk of magnesia, Mg(OH)2 is used to cure indigestion because it is basic and indigestion is acidic.
Yes-- Milk of Magnesia is a 10.5 on the pH scale, thus making it a base. (pH of 7 is neutral-- higher is more basic, lower is more acidic)
Milk of magnesia contains MgO. It is more basic than NH3.
Milk of magnesia is a suspension of Magnesium Hydroxide in water, which is a base.
Milk of magnesia is a basic solution. Therefore, methyl orange shows a yellowish orange colour. Further, this indicator shows a red colour in acidic solutions.
No, it is basic.
No. Ten times for every pH number. So, 50 times as acidic.
Milk of Magnesia is basic, so there are bases in it - not acids. Magnesium Hydroxide is in it (Mg(OH)2).
It contains Magnesium Hydroxide.It is a basic compound.
If you mean basic substances (as opposed to acidic), then here are a few: Bleach Ammonia Baking Soda Milk of Magnesia
No its an alkali meaning its 8 or over on the pH scale.
It is alkaline because it contains Magnesium hydroxide.
Coffee is acidic. Milk of magnesia is basic. A neutral pH is 7. pH is logarithmic, so a pH of 5 is 10 times more acid than a pH of 6. since coffee is 2 less than 7 and milk of magnesia is 3 more than 7 it takes 1 part milk of magnesia to 10 parts coffee to neutralize each other.
The basic pH of milk of magnesia neutralizes any extra stomach acid.
Milk of Magnesia is magnesium hydroxide. It is basic in nature and is one of antacids, which is used to curb acidity.
The bee-sting is acidic. Milk of magnesia is alkaline - the two cancel each other out... reducing pain.
Milk is actually slightly acidic, about pH 5.
mildly, but acidic (pH 6.7)