A solution with a pH =10 7 is:?

a. acidic b. basic c. neutral d. saturate e. none of these

Answer:
geez what a lot of different answers...

pH scale ranges from 0 to 14

acidic from 0 to 7
basic from 7 to 14
neutral at 7


b is the answer you're looking for
b. Basic

acidic: pH < 7
basic: pH > 7
neutral: pH = 7
saturated: any stable solution in which the maximum amount of solute has been dissolved.
if it is 10.7 then it is a acid

if 107 no such thing and yeah
basic
Neutral
what is 10 7?
if u mean 10.7, its basic
if you mean10, is basic
if you mean 7, then neutral
if you mean 107, then very basic,( i dont know if its possible)
a PH of 10.7 is basic (higher values are more basic, lower ones are acidic).
ph=10.7 is Basic (7 is neutral: lower is acidic, higher is basic, up until 14.

ph=107 would be unlikely, except in Extreme Conditions.
A solution with a pH =10 7 is:
b. basic

http://www.phmeters.com/basic_ph_tutoria...

Low pH values are acidic and high values are basic. The pH of pure water is 7.0 which is considered neutral. Since the given pH is higher, the solution is basic.
just to clarify 7 is not always neutral it is a misconception. a solution can be neutral at 6.4, 6.7, 7.5. A solution is only neutral if the hydroxide ions concentration equals the hydronium ions concentration. most of you learned that 7 is neutral since this is based of a standard temperature. If you boil water the pH drops but the solution stays at a neutral pH due the two ion concentration staying equal

However to answer this question it is a basic solution due to the high concentration on hydroxide ions

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