The pH level of a substance describes how acidic or basic it is. Substances with a higher pH level are more basic, while substances with a lower pH level are more acidic. A substance with a pH of 7 is considered neutral,... More »

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The pH level of milk is about 6. In comparison, water's pH level is 7. That is a significant difference because each level is 10 times different --either more or less-- than the level next to it. More »

The pH level of lemon juice is 2.0. The pH scale is used to measure how acidic or alkaline/base a solution is. The pH scale runs from 0 to 14; a pH of 7 is neutral, a pH lower than 7 is acidic and higher than 7 is alkali... More »

A good pH level depends on the substance in question. Some substances are meant to be more acidic and others more basic, while some substances should be neutral. For instance, stomach acid has a pH of 1, while pancreatic... More »

A pH meter is used to acquire the measurement of a substance's pH level. The pH of a substance is a measurement of its acidity or basicity. More »

The pH value of NaCl, which is sodium chloride, is 7, making NaCl a neutral substance. While substances with pH values of 7 are considered neutral, those with pH values between 0 and 7 are considered acidic, and those wi... More »

Acetone (C3H6O) has a pH of 7, which means that the substance, on its own, is neither an acid nor a base. This pH value, which is about the same as pure water, shows that acetone is relatively neutral. The organic compou... More »