Posted by **marcuz** on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at 7:34pm.

is vegetable oil a base and vinegar an acid? [i mixed up the litmus strips and now i don't know which one is which and i'm out of the strips so i can't do it again]

Vinegar is an acid, for sure. Vegetable oil is not soluble in water; therefore, its acidity and pH can not be measured in a conventional manner.

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