How much acid is in a liquid, right? How do I find out the pH levels of some liquids? What do I use? Where can I find it? Google keeps switching its answers. HELP!
this website might clear some things up
and to test the PH level you can buy indicator strips that change color according to the PH levels
-hope this helps
No you're right :) I still remember a few things from 5th and 6th grade science, that being one of them. I also remember that I really, really hated my 6th grade science teacher.
The level is acid in a substance. On a scale of 1-14. 1 being acidic 7 being neutral and 14 being basic. or the other way around. I forget xD
not just acid, the PH level determines how much acid is in it yes, but if its past 4 or 5 its more of akaline type of things
1 is most acidic and 7 is medium while 14 is the weakest good way to remember; Battery Acid, Water, Drain Cleaner
no sorry... 1 is means the strongest ACIDITY 7 is neutral, and 14 is the is moving into alkalinity
14 is not moving into alkalinity, it is an extremely strong alkaline