What Is The PH Of Vinegar?


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The PH of vinegar depends on how much acetic acid it contains. Basically, most commercial distilled white vinegars contain 5% acetic acid and have a PH of about 2.4
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Vinegar is categorized as an acid. The pH value of white vinegar is about 2.4. It contains almost 5 percent of acetic acid. The formula to calculate the pH value is;

pH= - log[H+]

pH value of a solution determines the acidity and basicity of the solution. The concentration of hydrogen ion in a solution is calculated as;

pH= log[H+]-

anti-log pH= [H+]-

[H+] = 1/ anti-log pH

The hydrogen ion concentration in vinegar is;

[H+]= 1/ anti-log 2.4

[H+] = 1/ 251.19

[H+] = 3.98 x 10-3 ions

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