What does the pH scale indecate?
The meaning of pH is a measure of the hydrogen ion activity in a solution.
the pH scale is a scale that rates acids and bases
A neutral pH is green coloured on the pH scale.
the pH scale
The highest number on the pH scale is 14. The pH scale goes from 0 to 14.
PH scale is a scale that shows the substance is PH ....... Example: The substance is PH 7, so it is neutral The substance is PH 3, so it is acid The substance is PH 10, so it is alkali
The midpoint of the pH scale is 7.
below 6.9 on the pH scale
The pH scale for eggs is about 9.
+31.5is the ph scale of a cucumber
The PH of acetic acid (vinegar) is 2.4 on the PH scale.
The pH of lemon juice is about 2 on the pH scale.
No, the pH scale ranges from 0-14 and is considered a logarithmic scale.
The pH scale is 10-14
there is no food preservation on the pH scale?
7 is neutral on the pH scale.
The pH scale ranges from 0-14, so 7 is right in the middle. An example of something that is pH 7 is water. 7 on the pH scale is neutral
Pure water has a pH of 7.0 which is the center of the pH scale.
All acidic substances have a pH below seven on the pH scale. So, the answer to this question is no; acidic substances do not have a high number on the pH scale.
If Something is 17 on the pH scale it is extremely alkaline if something is 1 on the pH scale, then t is extremely acidic. Neutral things (eg. water) have the pH of 7.
Both the pH scale and the Richter scale are logarithmic. A decrease of 1 on the pH scale means a tenfold increase in acidity while an increase of 1 on the Richter scale means a tenfold increase in intensity.
Water in the pH scale is neutral, and therefore has the pH of 7 - not a base, not an acid!
pH is a measure for acidity/alkalinity of a solution; the pH scale is between 0 and 14.
The zone of life is a ph of 7 on the scale.
the pH scale and the Litmus scale.
ph1 - cheese
pH=7 is the neutral point on the scale.
Any smelling on the pH scale.
The range of the pH scale is 0-14.
The pH scale is logarithmic with a scale between 0 and 14. The neutral pH is 7; over 7 are the bases, under 7 the acids.
yes. pH scales use the numbers 1-14 a pH scale of 1 being strongly acidic and a pH scale of 14 being strongly basic. a pH scale of 7 is neutral. so the pH levels of 1-6 are the acids and 8-14 are the basics.
Sodium Hydroxide or NaOH is a highly basic compound. On the pH scale it has a pH of 14.
The pH is a measure of the activity of the ion H+ in a solution; pH scale is between 0 and 14 and is a logarithmic scale. A pH of is neutral; under 7 is acidic, over 7 is basic.
This is the pH scale. The scale goes from 0 - 14. A pH of 7 is neutral, a pH of less than 7 is acidic, and a pH of greater than 7 is basic.
pH scale is from 1 to 14 (not 15)
stomach acid on the pH scale is roughly 1.5.
Hydrochloric acid is the strongest acid on the pH scale.
The pH scale is a Science indicator, Not a Mathmatical one :-)
Lemon Juice on the pH scale 2.2
pH scale for red litmus is from 8 to 14
YOu use the pH scale to tell if a substance is an acid or a base.
An acid would be on the left side of a pH scale
For fizzy drinks the pH scale is 6
Healthy skin on a pH scale is 4.5 to 5.5.
it is neutral. Water is a 7 on the pH scale
weak electrolytes gives weak value of pH scale.
In the pH scale of today the highest value is 14.
The pH scale range from 0 to 14.
a pH Scale is a range from 0 to 14 0 to 6.9 is acidity 7 is neutral 7.1 to 14 is alkalinity the pH scale is logarithmic
pH scale is scale from 0-14 reflecting the concentration of hydrogen ions in a soulution.1-6 is acid 7 is neutral and 8-14 is base. The pH scale increases exponentialy, so a pH of 3 is 10 times more acidic than a pH of 4
It is the strong (pH=0) to weakly (pH=6) acid part of the pH scale. 7 is neutral.