Is ethanol and acid or alkaline?
It is neutral.
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Ethanol is basic, ph=15 (I think)
Acidity and alkalinity are terms used to describe the concentration of hydrogen ion (H + ) in a solution. It is measured with the pH scale, a set of values usually given as 1 …to 14 where 1 is very acidic, 7 in neutral, and 14 is very alkaline. The numbers are the negative log of the H + ion's mole concentration. pH is measured with a pH meter or various indicator solutions which change colour at different pH levels..
No, an acid is an acid and an alkaline is alkaline. They are essentially opposites and will react with one another. The product depends on the specific reactants
Fundamentally alkaline. Assuming you meant the material and not the fruit.
That depends where it comes from. Take a sample for test for your own safety. That depends where it comes from. Take a sample for test for your own safety.
No. It is a common synonym for basic
Humic acid pH 4-6 ,week acidic ,lower activity .when mixed with KOH or NaOH,after reaction they will become Humic acid salt that is to say humte, is soluble in water.more deta…ils at the related link.
If you mean ethanoic acid then yes. Ethanol is organic but it is generally not considered an acid.
Acidic. It forms a tautomer in which the oxygen atoms bond with the H atoms of the NH in the ring. The hydrogen atoms can then be easily donated. Under the Bronsted-Lowry theo…ry of acids and bases, a hydrogen donor is classified as an acid.
As the name implies, it is an acid, hydrochloric acid to bespecific.