Ph Of Household Substances Jack Chosich

This is coffee it has a pH of 6. It is brown but you can see through it. It is an acid

This is sprite. It has a pH of 6. It is clear and has bubbles. It is an acid

This is apple cider vinegar. It has a pH of 4. It is a yellowish-brown color and its clear. It is an acid

This is milk of magnesia. It has a pH of 9. It is white and milky. It is a base.

This is carpet cleaner. It has a pH of 6. It is clear and foamy. It is an acid

This is olive oil. It has a pH of 7. It is yellow and clear. It is neutral.

This is Borax. It has a pH of 10. It is clear. It is a base

This is ketchup. It has a pH of 6. It is thick and red. It is an acid.

This is shaving cream. It has a pH of 8. It is thick and white. It is a base.

This is orange juice. It has a pH of 6. It is orange and opaque. It is an acid

This is glue. It has a pH of 7. It is white and thick. It is neutral.

This is BBQ sauce. It has a pH of 6. It is brown, opaque, and thick. It is an acid.

This is gatorade. It is clear and yellow. It has a pH of 5. It is an acid.

This is chocolate milk. It is brown and milky. It has a pH of 8 which make it a base.

This is baby formula. It has a pH of 7. It is white and milky. It is neutral.

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