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Today’s lesson Measuring the strength of acids and alkalis The pH scale Using “Universal Indicator”
The pH scale The strength of an acid is measured on the pH scale pH stands for the “potential of hydrogen”
The pH scale pH stands for the “potential of hydrogen” strong acid weak acid weak alkali Strong alkali
To measure pH, we need an indicator that has a different colour for each value of pH Universal Indicator
It comes in the form of a paper
Universal Indicator It also comes in the form of a liquid
Measuring pH You are now going to measure the pH of various acids, alkalis and household liquids.
Measuring pH SubstancePredicted pH Colour of Universal indicator Actual pH
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