Acidic vs Alkalinity - What's the difference?

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In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between acidic and alkalinity

is that acidic is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red while alkalinity is (chemistry) the state of being, or the degree to which a thing is, alkaline.

As an adjective acidic

is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red.

As a noun alkalinity is

(chemistry) the state of being, or the degree to which a thing is, alkaline.

acidic

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • (chemistry) Having a pH less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red.
  • (mineralogy) Containing a high percentage of silica; opposed to basic.
  • Of or relating to acid; having the character of an acid.
  • an acidic solution

    Synonyms

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    Antonyms

    * basic

    References

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    alkalinity

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia alkalinity) (alkalinities)
  • (chemistry) The state of being, or the degree to which a thing is, alkaline.
  • Antonyms

    * acidity