pH value - Household item
1.0 - battery acid
1.8 - 2.0 - limes
2.2. - 2.4 lemon juice
2.2 Vinegar (acetic acid)
2.8 - 3.4 - fruit jellies
2.9 - 3.3 - apple juice, cola
3.0 - 3.5 - strawberries
3.7 - Orange Juice
4.0 - 4.5 - tomatoes
5.6 - unpolluted rain
5.8 - 6.4 - peas
6.0 - 6.5 - corn
6.1 - 6.4 - butter
6.4 - cow's milk
6.5 - 7.5 - human saliva
6.5 - 7.0 - maple syrup
7.0 - distilled water
7.3 - 7.5 - human blood
7.6 - 8.0 - egg whites
8.3 - baking soda
9.2 - borax
10.5 - milk of magnesia
11.0 - laundry ammonia
12.0 - lime water
13.0 - lye
Hope this helps you.
household ammonia has pH of approximently 11.5
Any solution - aliquid with a solid or gas dissolved in it - can have a pH.
Compare it to other common items found in a household.
Household ammonia has a pH of 11.5 to 12.5
7-7.6 ???? I don't know where this answer came from, but straight out of the bottle household bleach has a ph of about 12.6! This comes from several references and my own measurement with a Hanna meter.
Household ammonia has 10 times higher H+ concentration
Find some pH indicator strips. Dip a strip in your item and the color will tell you the approximate pH. These strips can be found at laboratory stockrooms in schools or online.
Depends on which household items you have
Any household items contain technetium.
what household items contain hydrogen peroxide?
Any household items contain chlorophyll.
Household items doesn't contain polonium.
Any household items is made out of radium.
Items and products are purchased by households. These items need to have some value to the household or they will not purchase them, no matter the cost.
There are many different household cleaners, and their pH's vary widely. Some toilet cleaners are pH 1 -2, washing up liquid is about 7 to 8 and oven cleaner is 11 -13. It can also vary with the brand.
Umbrella and underwear are items found in the household. They begin with the letter u.
household items that start with the letter o
The pH value of the juice lemon is under 7.
Pure water means a pH value of 7 (neutral). A lower value like 2 means more acid (lemon). A higher value like 13 means alkine solution (household bleach).
Some of the soluble household items are bleach, salt and sugar. They are common items in the kitchen and for doing laundry.
Baking soda has a PH of 9