# chemistary

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experment to determine the PH in different samples need in our daily life.
CBSE 9 class
its holiday homework plzz tel

• chemistary -

Why don't you measure the pH of foods in your home pantry. Tomato juice, orange juice, cokes, lemonade, you get the idea.

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