Lemon and Lime Juice

Is lemon juice is a acid or base or neutral?

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2012-09-07 12:54:35
2012-09-07 12:54:35

Lemon juice contains citric acid and is mildly acidic.

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


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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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I dare say that all fruit juices are acidic mixtures; lemon juice contains citric acid, which is an almost a strong, three-fold acid.



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