Compare and Contrast Acids and Bases?

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The pH value is often used to compare and contrast acids and bases. Substances with pH below 7 are considered acids and those solutions with pH above 7 are identified as bases. Therefore, 7 is the neutral pH value that serves as boundary between acidity and alkalinity.
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