|Trade name||pH start||pH end||pKa||low pH color||high pH color|
|Cresol red - step 1||0.2||1.8||1.0||red||yellow|
|Malachite green -step 1||0.2||1.8||1.3||yellow||green|
|Thymol blue - step 1||1.2||2.8||1.7||red||yellow|
|Methyl orange in xylene cyanol (screened)||3.2||4.2||grey-violet||green|
|Cresol red -step 2||7.2||8.8||8.5||yellow||reddish-purple|
|Thymol blue - step 2||8.0||9.6||9.2||yellow||blue|
|Alizarin yellow R||10.1||12.0||11.2||yellow||red|
|Malachite green -step 2||11.5||13.2||green||colorless|
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
pH values of acids like sulfuric, acetic and more..
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Values for the negative logarithm of the acid dissociation constant, pKa, of the conjugated acid of amines, diamines and cyclic organic nitrogen compounds, shown together with the molecular structure of the acids.
Salts contains ions that may affect the pH in aqueous solutions in both acidic and basic directions.
pH values for bases like sodium hydroxide, ammonia and more.
Definitions, explanations and examples of how to make buffer solutions.
pH in common food products - like apples, butter, wines and more.
Values for the negative logarithm of the acid dissociation constant, pKa, of inorganic acids and bases, as well as hydrated metal ions.
Introduction to pH - the acidic and basic (alkaline) definition.
pH in human materials like blood, salvia and more.
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The most common strong acids and bases, and some examples of weak acids and bases, together with definition of strong and weak acids and bases.
Density of sulfuric acid at various temperatures and concentrations.
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