Engineering ToolBox - Resources, Tools and Basic Information for Engineering and Design of Technical Applications! pH values for bases like sodium hydroxide, ammonia and more.
pH is a measure of the hydrogen ion ( H+) activity in a solution and, therefore, its acidity or alkalinity.
Values for some common bases:
Bases - pH Values Base Normality pH Ammonia N 11.5 Ammonia 0.1 N 11.1 Ammonia 0.01 N 10.6 Barbital sodium 0.1N 9.4 Borax 0.01 N 9.2 Calcium carbonate saturated 9.4 Calcium hydroxide saturated 12.4 Ferrous hydroxide saturated 9.5 Magnesia saturated 10.5 Lime saturated 12.4 Potassium acetate 0.1N 9.7 Potassium bicarbonate 0.1N 8.2 Potassium carbonate 0.1N 11.5 Potassium cyanide 0.1 N 11.0 Potassium hydroxide N 14.0 Potassium hydroxide 0.1 N 13.0 Potassium hydroxide 0.01 N 12.0 Sodium acetate 0.1N 8.9 Sodium benzoate 0.1N 8.0 Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) 0.1 N 8.4 Sodium carbonate (washing soda) 0.1 N 11.6 Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) N 14.0 Sodium hydroxide 0.1 N 13.0 Sodium hydroxide 0.01 N 12.0 Sodium metasilicate 0.1 N 12.6 Sodium sesquicarbonate 0.1 N 10.1 Trisodium phosphate 0.1 N 12.0
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