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Echols 1Matthew EcholsKhaylin HarrisMarch 1, 2016 Purpose of the lab:To find the pH of the lab of each acid, solid and base solutions provided. SolutionExperimentalpHSolutionExperimentalpHSolutionExperimentalpH0.10 M Acetic Acid 2.94Ammonium chloride5.99Apple Juice3.58Baking Soda8.16Bleach11.93Coke2.800.10 M HCl1.43Sodium acetate8.28Sodium chloride7.020.10 M NaOH12.44Vinegar2.59Ranking from Increasing Acidity:0.10 M NaOH 12.44Bleach 11.93Sodium Acetate 8.28Baking Soda 8.16Sodium Chloride 7.02Ammonium Chloride 5.99Apple Juice 3.580.10 M Acetic Acid2.94Coke2.80Vinegar2.590.10 M HCl1.43
Echols 2Discussion:An acid is a characteristic of a solution that has a certain amount of Hydronium (H+) ions dissolved in an aqueous solution, preferably water (H2O), while a base is a characteristic of a solution that has a certain amount of Hydroxide (OH-) ions dissolved within an aqueous solution,preferably water (H2O). You can find an Acid and/or a base on a measurable scale called the pH

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