The pH range of acid is between 1 to 6. The lower the pH, more is the acidic nature of substance.
The pH is measured from 1 to 14. From 1 to 6.0 the substance is acidic.
The difference between a pH of 7 and a pH of 8 are as follows:A pH of 7 means the concentration of [H+] is 10-7.A pH of 8 means the concentration of [H+] is 10-8.Therefore, a substance with a pH of 8 has 1/10th the concentration of hydrogen ions that a substance with a pH of 7.
The pH is measure from 1 to 14. so, from 1 to 6.9 the substance is acidic. and from 7.01 to 14 the substance is basic. 7 is neutral. The closer the substance is to 7 it is either basic or acidic. As the number is lower the substance is more acidic for example: pH 2.9 is more acidic than pH 4.8
pH of 1 to < 7 indicates an acid pH of >7 to 14 indicates a base pH of 7 indicates water
An acidic substance will bring pH down (as in towards 1 from 7).
The substance known as Tonic water has a pH of 2.9 on the pH scale of 1 to 14
"Slightly basic" refers to the pH of the substance being described. A neutral substance has an equal number of H+ and OH- ions, whereas acids have most H+ and bases have more OH-. A slightly basic substance probably has a pH between 8 and 9, since neutral is 7. The lower the pH (1-6) indicates the substance is acidic. A pH of 8 through 14 indicates basic substance.
why pH from 1 to 14
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a substance that has a pH of 6 or above (1-6). hope this helps :-P
Alkali isn't an acid. Alkali and acid are terms used when the pH of a substance is a certain number, for example if a substance has a pH of 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, then the substance is an acid. If the pH is 11, 12, 13, 14 or 15, then the substance is an alkali.
It`s called acid(such as HCl,,,,PH=1)
Strong because a substance with a pH of 7 is considered neutral, so the further away from 7 the pH gets, the more strong of an acid it becomes.
A pH of 1 means that a substance is extremely acidic.
It is between 1-2 on a pH scale.
pH paper is a type of paper where any liquid can be put on it, and the paper would turn a certain color. The color would match up to a color on the pH scale. It tests whether or not a substance is an acid or base acid=1-6, neutral=7, base=8-14 You simply dip it in the substance.
The pH of neutral substances is 7 The pH of acidic substances is between 1 and 7 The pH of basic substances is between 7 and 14
pH is measured on a logarithmic scale of 1 to 14. 1 is the most acidic, and 14 is the most alkalinic. An acidic substance has a high amount of H+ ions and an alkalinic substance has a high amount of OH- ions.
pH of acid falls between 1 and 7, generally.
the correct pH of water is 7. The reasoning for this is that 7 is pH neutral with pH 1 being acidic and pH 14 being alkaline. water is a Ph neutral substance which is neither acid nor alkaline
The pH of acids ranges between 1 to 6. The one with pH 1 is the most concentrated. The pH is a measure of the concentration of H+ ions in a solution.