On the acid side there's;- 1. Vinegar (~5% acetic acid) 2. Battery acid (~33%
sulphuric acid) 3. Citric acid (found in lemon juice and also used in crystal form
Acids can be anything tart, such as lemons or lemon juice, vinegar and wine,
while bases are anything that is bitter, including coffee, baking soda and soap.
Chemicals (including common household products) can be acids, bases, ...
Scientists measure the relative strength of acids and bases using the pH scale.
Household chemicals that are acidic generally have a sour taste -- although
tasting is ... One of the most common bases in any home is baking soda, or
We encounter many examples of acids and bases in our daily lives. Some
common examples of household items that contain acids are vinegar (contains
What household substances can be used as acid/base indicators? From a
database of frequently asked questions from the Acids and bases section of
General Chemistry Online. ... Common Compounds · Exam Guide FAQ Features ·
This activity is a classroom lab where students test common household ...
Vocabulary: pH scale, acid, acidity, base, basicity, neutral, neutralization indicator
pH of Common Chemicals. 2. 10 Facts About Acids and Bases. 3. How to Make
Red Cabbage pH Indicator. 4. Poinsettia pH Paper. 5. Acids and Bases Lesson ...
Bases- Baking Soda, soap, cleaning supplies: such as windex, bleach, ... Is
household bleach an acid or a base? ... What are 10 common household acids?
Jan 26, 2012 ... Some very common household solutions are acids, such as citrus fruit juices and
household vinegar. Bases are solutions that pull hydrogen ...