Subject: What happens when you mix a solution of pH1 with one at pH14?
Date: Sat Jan 29 08:48:22 2000
Posted by Sandra Lawson
Grade level: 7-9
School: St.Ann's Home School
City: Methuen State/Province: MA
Area of science: Chemistry
We've been studying the pH scale. We know that you get carbon dioxide and
a fizzing reaction when you mix vinegar and baking soda. But happens when
you mix things at opposite ends of the scale?
Re: What happens when you mix a solution of pH1 with one at pH14?
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