PH of Sodium Hydroxide?

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Generally Sodium hydroxide does not have a specific pH number. In most cases, the pH of a sodium hydroxide solution depends exclusively on its concentration in that solution, and this normally ranges from 12 to 14.
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The pH of sodium hydroxide depends on the concentration of the hydroxide, but in general it ranges from a pH of 11 for very dilute aqueous solutions up to 14 for concentrated solutions.
pH is the measure of acidity in a solution. It represents the tendency of the Hydrogen ions to interact with other components of the solution. The pH number of Sodium Hydroxide depends on the concentration of hydroxide, it is usually 11.
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Sodium hydroxide is a common base with a pH balance of 14.0. Sodium oxide reacts exothermically with cold water to produce sodium hydroxide.
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Sodium Hydroxide is a very strong base and a 50% solution has a PH over 14. If you dilute it down to only 3.88% you will begin to see PH results under 14. If You dilute it all the
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The pH of sodium hydroxide depends on the concentration of the hydroxide, but in general it ranges from a pH of 11 for very dilute aqueous solutions up to 14 for concentrated solutions
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