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What is the pH value of salt?


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Answered 2009-03-17 01:21:28

Salt has the Ph value ofseven. The salt is created along with water when the acids and bases are mixed (such as when you neutralize them). Though the exact Ph value depends on what acids and bases you started with. If they are both strong it will be seven, where as if the acid is weak and the base is strong it should be a little bit less than seven... and so on. Without going into long details the answer is 7. So salt is neutral sorta.

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