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Unformatted text preview: indicate a low pH and a high concentration of H+ ions indicate a high pH. DATA: Sample: Original Color: Final Color : pH State: Urine Pale Yellow Purple Neutral Saliva Clear Blue Purple Slightly Basic Lemon Juice Yellow Red Acidic Pickle Juice Yellow-Green Rose Acidic Rubbing Alcohol Clear Purple Neutral Milk White Rose Acidic Astringent Clear Blue Purple Slightly Basic Cranberry Juice Dark Pink Red Acidic Ammonia Clear Green Basic Shampoo Clear Purple Neutral Coca Cola Dark Brown Red Acidic Vinegar Clear Red Acidic Conclusion: In performing this experiment I understood the principles behind pH through experimentation with a cabbage juice indicator and certain household liquids. The household liquids differed in rankings on the pH scale in terms of acidity and basicity. According to the data obtained through the experiment Lemon Juice, Cranberry Juice, Vinegar, and Coca Cola were the most acidic substances found. Saliva and astringent were the most basic liquids tested....
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course BIOLOGY BSC1050 taught by Professor Ling during the Fall '10 term at Palm Beach Community College.
- Fall '10