Neutral Substances?


A neutral substance is a material that exhibits neither acidic nor basic properties. These substances usually have an equal number of hydrogen and hydroxyl ions. In addition, these substances do not change the colour of a litmus-paper, and have a pH level of 7.
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Other substances that are neutral beside water are classified as
A neutral substance is one that has a pH of 7. Anything above a 7 and you would have alkaline substances (some call it basic rather than alkaline) and anything lower would be considered
we did something similar to this in chemistry. sir asked us why the magnesium(solid) he put in the test tube of water did not turn universal indicator blue(to indicate alkalinity)
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