It's an acid.
it is acidic by its citric acid content.
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 has a pH of 2. So, it is acidic.
Water -- Neutral Vinegar, lemon juice -- Acid Bleach -- Base.
well both because fizzy water is neutral and lemon is acidic but i would say more acidic
Lemon juice is acidic.
The pH of lemon juice is normally around 2-3 pH. It is defintely a strong acid. Stomach acid is 1 on the pH scale. It isn't neutral, definetly NOT a alkali. Hope this helps. Lolly x
Lemon juice is an acid
Lemon Juice, vinegar, Coke, Tea and Coffee are Acid Milk is half neutral half acid. Tap Water is neutral.
I dare say that all fruit juices are acidic mixtures; lemon juice contains citric acid, which is an almost a strong, three-fold acid.
An acid, Citric acid to be precise.
it a base
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.
Ph3 is acidic. Equivalent to lemon juice. Ph0 is super acidic and 7 is neutral.
lemon juice is an acid.thanks for asking!
it is neutral, Dominick
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.
it is an indicator.
Lemon juice is acidic while red cabbage juice is basic............... Basically an acid and base react with each other and their pH changes........ A neutral substance is formed...............
The pH of apple juice is 3. It is an acid.
Orange juice contains citric acid, which makes it acidic.