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pH scale, reactions and examples.

What is the definition of pH? pH is a measurement of how acidic/basic a substance is.
What's the function of the pH Scale? To show on a scale ranging from 0-14 the acidity or how basic a substance is.
What happens when acids react together? They cancel each other out.
What is the name of this reaction? and what are the products? It is called a Neutralisation reaction. the products are salt and water.
What colour will blue litmus paper turn if it is put in an acid? The litmus paper will turn red.
what are vinegar, lemon juice and vitamin C examples of? Acids.
What are baking soda, bleach and soap examples of? Bases.
Created by: clarket9