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Acid-Base Indicators


How Do Indicators Work?

  • Classic AP Chemistry Experiment
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pH is the measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution. As this concentration can extend over several orders of magnitude, it is convenient to express it by means of logarithms of base ten. Certain pigments change color with a change in pH. In this experiment we will extract pigments from various sources and determine if they are sensitive to changes in pH.

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