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1. with respect to ion count, why is water considered to be neutral?

2. How do the number of H+ and OH- ions compare after
a.) HI is added to water?
b.)KBr is added to water?
c.)KOH is added to water?

3. Give the Arrhenius definitions for salts.

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  1. Also what would the pH value for grapefruit juice be? (>7, 7, or <7)

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  2. http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1395270068

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  3. grapefruit juice is considered acidic. So the question becomes what part of the pH scale is acidic?

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  4. Less than 7 is acidic.

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