The PH of acetic acid (vinegar) is 2.4 on the PH scale.
The range of the pH scale is 0-14.
7-14 is the range of base in a pH scale
The pH scale range from 0 to 14.
Anything from above 7 to 14 is a base on the pH scale
The range for a pH scale is 1-14. 1 being acidic and 14 being basic. 7 is neutral.
This range of pH is basic.
The normal range of the pH scale is 0-14, however the scale can actually range from less than -1 to greater than 15.
The range of pH scale is 0-14; the numbers are related to the activity of hydrogen ions in the solution. pH=7 is neutral, pH over 7 is basic, pH under 7 is acidic.
The acidity range is a part of the pH scale.
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
For functioning each organism has an adequate range of pH.
The pH scale is between 0 and 14 but a pH under 0 is possible for some strong acids.
The pH scale is used to measure how acidic or basic a substance is.
An acidic substance will measure 0 - 6.9 inclusive on the pH scale.
Any pH >7 is considered basic or alkaline
The pH of most indigestion remedies, or antacids, range between 8 and 10 on the pH scale.
0-7 = Acids on Ph scale. 7-14 = Bases on Ph scale. 7 exactly = neutral if the number is smaller the acid is stronger. if its bigger the base is stronger
Most natural lake waters range from PH=6 to 9
Acidic solutions have a pH under 7.
The normal range of acidity of stomach acid is 1.5 to 3.5 on the pH scale. On that scale, a neutral substance measures at 7.
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A slightly acidic vegetable, this pH range would include asparagus, beans, and beets.
The pH scale. The pH scale goes from 0 to 14. Substances that have a pH of 7 are neutral, acids have a pH of less than 7, and bases have a pH of greater than 7.
Acid substances have a pH in the range of 0 to 6.99, neutral substances have a pH of 7, and bases have a pH in the range 7.01 to 14 (almost all pH are from 0 to 14).