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On the pH scale, a 7 indicates _____.
On the pH scale, a pH value of 7 indicates it is a neutral solution like water, and is not an acid or an alkali.
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On the pH scale, a pH value of 7 indicates it is a neutral solution like water, and is not an acid or an alkali.
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