Lemon and Lime Juice

Is lemon juice a acid or a base?


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2011-03-17 16:11:40
2011-03-17 16:11:40

Lemon juice contains an acid (but by itself it is not an acid, because it is not a pure compound): citric acid makes lemon juice acidic.

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lemon juice is an acid.thanks for asking!

Lemon juice contains citric acid and is mildly acidic.

Lemon juice is an acid

depending on the amount you add, i think it will be neutral as lemon juice is an acid and baking soda is a base.

It is an acidic mixture; lemon juice contains citric acid, which is a almost a strong, three-fold acid.

Lemon juice does have acid in it. If you are taking about the lemon juice directly from the fruit, then of course. Even if it is in a juice, lemonade for example, it is still an acid.Lemon juice does not HAVE acid in it, but it IS an acid.

it is acidic by its citric acid content.

Lemon juice is an acid. As it contains an organic acid called citric acid it shows acidic characters and has a pH ranging between 2-3.

Baking soda is a salt. Lemon juice is a mixture with an acidic pH.

Lemon juice has citric acid.

no, because lemon juice is an acid. acids dont neutralize acids. use a base ex. soap, bleach.

Lemon juice acid is called citric acid.

Lemon juice has a pH of 2. So, it is acidic.

Lemon juice contain citric acid.

Lemon juice contains citric acid.

No. Lemon juice contains citric acid, which is a weak acid.

No lemon juice has way more acid.

Lemon juice have just the juice of lemon and cirtic acid, which is sharp tasting crystalline acid presenten in the juice of lemon and other sour fruits

Lemon juice contains citric acid.

Lemonade is based on lemon juice and thus is acidic.

Because lemon juice does have more acid than orange juice.

Lemon juice is acidic as it contains citric acid

Lemon juice has more acid because of its density and it contains more sodium.

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