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  • one year ago

? Pure water is neutral. What is the appropriate justification for this? Water has equal H+ and OH- ions, making its pH 7, which is considered a neutral pH. Water has more H+ than OH- ions, making its pH 5, which is considered a neutral pH. Water has more OH- than H+ ions, making its pH 8, which is considered a neutral pH.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Pure water has a neutral pH of 7. pH values lower than 7 are acidic, and pH values higher than 7 are alkaline

  2. Koikkara
    • one year ago
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    \(In~this~Case~where~Pure ~water~ is~ neutral,~\). Then, Water has equal H+ and OH- ions, making its pH 7, which is considered a neutral pH. @JoyLoveLess \(\small\rm\color{green}{Nice~to~meet~you~!}\)

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