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pH: a measure of the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution The measure of hydrogen ions (these are positively charged)
A solution is “acidic” if the pH is less than 7 A solution is “basic” if the pH is more than 7
pH scale- measures how acidic, basic, or neutral a substance is Ranges from 0-14 pH of 7= neutral pH of less than 7= acidic pH of more than 7= basic
Pure water is neutral (pH=7) When chemicals are mixed with water, the mixture can be acidic or basic The pH of a sample of water determines its health and solubility
Ex: vinegar and lemon juice High concentration of H ions Become more acidic when added to water
Ex: ammonia and baking soda Low concentration of H ions Concentration of H ions is reduced when added to water
1) Ammonia 2) Distilled water 3) Hydrochloric acid 4) Lemon juice 5) Milk 6) Rubbing alcohol 7) Soda 8) Sodium Hydroxide 9) Vinegar
pH: a mathematical measure of hydrogen ions and hydroxide groups in a solution.
Let’s take a look at water 2H 2 O H 3 O + + OH - [H 3 O + ][OH - ]= 1x M 2 [H 3 O + ]= 1x10 -7 M [OH - ]= 1x10 -7 M K w = 1x M.
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