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Based upon the pH scale, a vegetable with a pH of 5.3 would be A. basic. B. neutral. C. acidic. D. ionic.
It is acidic. Solutions with a pH less than 7 are said to be acidic and solutions with a pH greater than 7 are basic or alkaline.
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Based upon the pH scale, a vegetable with a pH of 5.3 would be A. basic. B. neutral. C. acidic. D. ionic.
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Yes the vegetable would be acidic in nature i.e. option A is correct.
ph>7 is basic. ph<7 is acidic. and ph=7 is neutral.
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A vegetable with a pH of 5.3 would be acidic. The original answer is correct.
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