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Classify each of the following solutions at $25^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$ as acidic or basic based on the information provided.a. lemon juice tastes sourb. a solution of washing soda turns cabbage juice greenc. a dilute solution of potassium hydroxide feels slipperyd. a sugar solution has a $\mathrm{pH}$ of 7e. drain cleaner has a $\mathrm{pH}$ of 12

Chemistry 101

Chapter 16

Acidic Toxins

Section 1

Acids and Bases

Intro to Chemistry

Atoms, Molecules and Ions

Mariam K.

March 17, 2021

Classify each of the following solutions at 25oC as acidic or basic based on the information provided.

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in problem five. Classify each off the following solutions at 25 degrees Celsius as acidic, our basic based on the information provided. So this question is taken from the chapter acidic toxin and a topic acid and base. So first we can discuss about the pH skill. So ph scale is basically aligned. That represents the value of 0 to 14 and seven is in the middle. So if the if the ph value is less than seven, we must say that it is the acidic solution. And if ph value is more than seven, we say that it is the basic. And if ph value is nearby seven, we can see that it is the neutral. So based on that we can. Based on this information, we can discuss about these parts that is given in the question. So in the party, that is, the lemon juice turns sore. So this is basically the aesthetic. This is acidic because in a suit are soaring taste because s it's are so in taste. So this is the observable characteristics off the acids. So now in the part B, that is the party off the ocean that a solution off washing soda turns red turns cabbage juice screen. So this is the case off basic so we can write it. This is the case off basic because green color is shown. Green color is shown by a red cabbage shown by cabbage, so it is a base. So in the sea part off the question that a dilute solution off potassium hydroxide feels slippery. So again, this is the case off. The basic because basis are soapy and slippery in touch. Bases are soapy and slippery in touch and slippery in touch, and in part, the off a question. A sugar solution has Ph. Seven, so ph. Seven, as when already said that it is a neutral if a substances ph. Seven. So both sugar and water are neither acidic, our basic. So because off Ph. Ph value is seven, so it is neutral, and in the party that is, drain cleaner has pH off 12. So it is again the case off Basic, because drain cleaner carry a lot off detergent. The detergent out off the house and soaps are a basic in nature and already said that the pH value is 12 because the pH value is well so on the basis off the pH scale we can classify it is as an aesthetic, basic solutions

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