Examples of Neutral Substances?

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A neutral substance is a substance that has a pH of 7 and has no acid or bases properties. Some examples of a neutral substance are water and salts.
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A neutral substance is any substance that has the same number of protons and electrons. One common neutral substance is carbon dioxide. Another common neutral substance is nitrogen
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Some common neutral substances are: Water, Sodium chloride solution
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water(neutral) = 7ph. lamon juive 2.4. hydrochloric acid = -1.0. bleach = 12.5. household lye = 13.5 (a drain cleaner)
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One example would be: sticking your head out of a car window at 60mph? 2. Sailing, 3. Wind turbines providing electricity, 4. Flying machines.
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