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 Is Clorox an acid?

Answer Clorox products are not acids. Also, they do not contain any acids or abrasive ingredients. Using the products will not scratch or cause harm to surfaces for which they are intended.Source:Clorox: ... Read More »
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Is Clorox an acid or a base?

Clorox is a strong base with a pH of around 13. Bases are often very slippery even in water and may cause severe burns to the skin. This explains why Clorox is so difficult to wash off as it slowly... Read More »
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Is Clorox bleach an acid?

Clorox bleach is a base. Any liquid with a pH greater than 7 is a base. The active ingredient in Clorox bleach is sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl), which has a pH level of around 11.Source:The Clorox Co... Read More »
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Is GC tooth mousse safe for regular use since it contains phosphoric acid. would the acid corrode your teeth?

It is safe; don't contain phosphoric acid but some phosphates.
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Is carbon dioxide released in fermentation of pyruvic acid to lactic acid?

In lactic acid fermentation, the pyruvic acid molecules produced from glucose by glycolysis is converted into lactic acid without production of carbon dioxide. By contrast, alcohol fermentation pro... Read More »
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