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
Common household substances that are acidic include coffee, battery acid,
vinegar and lemon juice, while common household substances that are basic ...
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.
The concentration of free hydrogen atoms is what determines a solution's acidity
or alkalinity. This concentration is measured by pH, a term that originally ...
List of Household Bases & Acids. By Natasha Gilani. Citrus fruit is a source of
citric acid. citrus image by John Keith from Fotolia.com. A chemical base (or ...
In their industrial applications, bases too can be highly powerful. As with acids,
they have many household uses, in substances such as baking soda or oven ...
Apr 14, 2015 ... Common bases would be cleaning products such as bleach and products you
use to clean your oven. Common acids would be Vinegar and ...
Apr 29, 2016 ... Anything with a pH of more than 7 is a base. 1. Sodium Bicarbonate - Baking
Soda ... Chemistry Acids and Bases Properties of Acids and Bases ...
What household substances can be used as acid/base indicators? From a
database of frequently asked questions from the Acids and bases section of