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How do you neutralize an acid? If you have an acid with a pH of 3 what pH for base will neutralize it?

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  1. anonymous
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    I would say 11

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    steps?

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    i'm gonna take a nap. Please respond :)

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    I looked at the scale and said 3 is 4 spaces away from 7 which is nuetral so i added 4 to 7 and got 11, or you can say a ph level of 3 has 10,000 more H+ ions that distilled water so we would have to go with 11 which has 1/10,000 H+ ions inorder to cancel.

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