The Power of pH
What is pH?
In basic terms, pH describes the acidity or alkalinity that a substance has. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, where the lower the number means the substance is more acidic and the higher numbers mean it is more alkaline. A pH of 7.0 is considered neutral. When the number is below 7.0 it is considered acidic, and when it is above 7.0 it is basic, also called alkaline. PH takes a measurement of the free hydrogen ions in the solution, and that is how the number is determined. When more hydrogen ions are present, the number is lower (more acidic). It is important to note when changing between pH values that it is increasing or decreasing by a multiple of 10. The graphic below showcases this. This means the difference between a pH of 5 and 4, for example, is more significant than a difference of 1 unit.
Why pH is Important
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