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 Is ammonia acidic?

Answer Ammonia, which has a chemical formula of NH3, is not acidic. It is a base. In large quantities, ammonia can pose a hazard to the skin and lungs. Ammonia, which is found in many household cleaners, ... Read More »
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Is ammonia acidic or basic?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, ammonia is a base. Substances that have a pH above 7 are classified as basic or bases, and the EPA states that ammonia has a pH of about 12. Bases ... Read More »
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Is household ammonia acidic?

Depending on the strength of the concentration, household ammonia has a phH of approximately 11. A pH above 7 is a base, and below 7 is an acid. With a pH above 7, it falls into the base group.Sour... Read More »
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Is household ammonia the same thing as ammonia cleaner?

Household ammonia is a strong chemical that can be used in gardening and cleaning both at full strength and diluted. Ammonia cleaners, such as window cleaners, contain other chemicals and are only ... Read More »
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Is vodka acidic?

Any substance measuring below 7 on the pH scale is acidic, and any substance measuring above 7 is basic, or alkaline Vodka is a near-neutral spirit with a pH measuring between 6 and 7. Flavored vod... Read More »
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