what is importance pH in our daily life

the importance of pH in daily life are:

Are plants and animals pH sensitive?
Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can
survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is
less than 5.6, it is called acid rain. When acid rain flows into the rivers, it
lowers the pH of the river water. The survival of aquatic life in such rivers
becomes difficult.

What is the pH of the soil in your backyard?
Plants require a specific pH range for their healthy growth.

pH in our digestive system
It is very interesting to note that our stomach produces hydrochloric
acid. It helps in the digestion of food without harming the stomach.
During indigestion the stomach produces too much acid and this causes
pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called
antacids. One such remedy must have been suggested by you at the
beginning of this Chapter. These antacids neutralise the excess acid.
Magnesium hydroxide (Milk of magnesia), a mild base, is often used for
this purpose.

pH change as the cause of tooth decay
Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth
enamel, made up of calcium phosphate is the hardest substance in the
body. It does not dissolve in water, but is corroded when the pH in the
mouth is below 5.5. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acids by
degradation of sugar and food particles remaining in the mouth after
eating. The best way to prevent this is to clean the mouth after eating
food. Using toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth
can neutralise the excess acid and prevent tooth decay.

Self defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare
Bee-sting leaves an acid which causes pain and irritation. Use of a mild base like baking soda
on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject methanoic acid causing burning pain.

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if the soil is too alkine then its ph can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can be neutralize the excess of alkine present in the soil. the medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has ph around 1.2 . our stomach produces hydrochloric which help in digestion of food.
 
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yes Aadhav is correct
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It helps us to know the ph of soil to grow crops with apropriate measures

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Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil. 
similarly, The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

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pH has its own importance in our daily life e.g. pH of soil is to be maintained to maintain its fertility
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I am satisfy Aadhav answer ...
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this is the most common difference
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1-When there is excess acid (HCl) produced in the body we take antacids, that is a mild base (milk of magnesia) to balance our self.
2-Maintaining pH of water bodies, so that it does not harm aquatic plants.
3-Plants grow in neutral conditions neither acidic nor base Maintaining pH of the soil is important.
4-And toothpaste you use daily contains base, to neutralize the effect of micro-organisms in it. nad to prevent it from decaying.
 
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Ph is used for plants , animals , soil , our digestive system , tooth , sting of insects etc .
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Ph palys an very important role in our life
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Our mouth contains 5.5pH
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Importance of pH in our daily life
1.pH in our digestive system.
2.pH change as the cause of tooth decay.
3.Plants and animals are more sensitive to pH changes.
4.Self defence by plants and animals throughly chemical warfare.
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1. pH in our digestive system:

Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid. This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach. Sometime, excess of acid is produced in the stomach for various reasons such as overeating.

The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation. In order to cure indigestion and get rid of pain, we can take bases called antacids. Being basic in nature, antacids react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralize it.

The two common antacids used for curing indigestion due to acidity are Magnesium hydroxide (Milk of Magnesia) and Sodium hydrogen carbonate.
2. pH change as the cause of tooth decay:

When we eat food containing sugar, then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids such as lactic acid.

Thus, acid is formed in the mouth after a sugary food has been eaten. This acid lowers the pH in the mouth making it acidic. Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.

This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it. This sets in tooth decay.

3. Soil pH and plant growth:

Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7. If the soil is too acidic or too basic the plants grow badly or do not grow at all. The soil may be acidic or basic naturally. The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilizers in the fields.

Most often the soil in the Fields is too acidic. If the soil is too acidic, (having low pH), then it is treated with materials like quick lime (.calcium oxide) or slaked lime (calcium hydroxide) or chalk (calcium carbonate). If the soil is too alkaline then its basicity is reduced by adding decaying organic matter which is acidic

4. pH range and survival of animals:

Our body works well within a narrow pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. If due to some reason, this pH range gets disturbed in the body of a person, then many ailments can occur. The aquatic animals (like fish) can survive in river water within a narrow range of pH.

When the pH of rain water is about 5.6, it is called acid rain. Too much acid rain can lower the pH of river water to such an extent (and make it so acidic) that the survival of aquatic animals becomes difficult. The high acidity of river water can even kill the aquatic animals (like fish).
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it is very important our life for active enzymes (pepsin)
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importance of ph scale in our daily life are as follows
1.ph in our digestive system

h in our digestive system varies as it is acidic in stomach, but alkaline in intestine.

2..ph changes as the cause of tooth decay
when we eat food and do not rinse our mouth from water the food gets stuck in our teeth and the bacteria present lower the ph scale less than 5.5.when the ph scale in less than 5.5 it starts tooth decay.
 
3.ph value changes the soil 

before sowing the seeds the field is measured by ph scale to know whether it is acidic or basic .This is generally done for better cultivation.

 
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PH means power of Hydrogen. Ph is used to measure of degree of acidic or basic nature of soluction .
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The PH scale is quite useful in comparing the relative acidic and basic strengths of solution. Apartbfrom that PH is quite useful to us in a number of ways in daily life. These applications are based on neutralisation reaction
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the answer given above is correct
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NCERT on page no. 26 and 27
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BECAUSE OF PRESENCE OF HYDROGEN IONS
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it help us to measure the acidity in our stomach.
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The gas coming out through delivery tube of HCL which is an acid when we pass it to a dry blue Litmus Paper then it doesn't shows any change in the colour of Litmus Paper because HCL does and Associate in the absence of H2O but when we pass it to most blue Litmus Paper that Sheel will dissociate into edge Plus and CL - ions and change the blue Litmus Paper into red 2HC + H2SO4 => 2 HCL + Na2SO4
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. pH is potens hydrogen. .By knowing pH farmers can use suitable seeds for better yield. . pH is our mentioned in our digestive system
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PH helps in preventing tooth decay
It also helps in indigestion of food
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The importance of pH in our life is:-

1.  Our body works within the pH range of 7 to 7.8. Living organisms can survive only in a narrow range of pH.
2.  Plants require a specific pH range for their healthy growth. 
3.  Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid but when it produces too much then it causes irritation therefore people      use antacids like Magnesium hydroxide (milk of magnesia)..
4.  Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5 it erodes the tooth enamel. Bacteria present in the      mouth produce acids by degradation of sugar and food particles.
5.  Bee-sting leaves an acid which cause pain and irritation. Use of a mild base like baking soda on the stung area          gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject methanoic acid causing burning pain...


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Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil.?
similarly,?The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.
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Importance Of pH In Everyday Life

Do you know why it is advised to clean your mouth after consuming food?

Acids are produced in the mouth due to the degradation of sugar and food particles by certain bacteria. As a result, the pH of mouth is lowered.

pH is the measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. The pH scale varies from 0 to 14. A pH value from 0 to 6.9 represents an acidic solution, whereas a pH value from 7.1 to 14 represents a basic solution. A pH value of 7 represents neutral solutions.

Tooth enamel, which is made of calcium phosphate, is sensitive to pH.It does not dissolve in water (neutral pH), but gets corroded when pH in the mouth is below 5.5.

Hence, tooth decay starts when the pH of mouth is lower than 5.5.

Do You Know:

Toothpastes used by us for cleaning our teeth are generally basic in nature. Hence, it can neutralize excess acid present in the mouth and prevent tooth decay.

Let us study the role of pH in our daily life.

All living organisms are pH sensitive and can survive only in a narrow range of pH.
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Ph is used to cure the pain in stomach due to hcl . To cure that pain we have to eat the tablets of antaacids
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If fire is caused by oil or gas ,it should be extinguished by using CO2 soda acid type fire extinguisher .
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A concentrated acid has a relatively large amount of solute dissolved in the solvent. A dilute acid has a relatively smaller amount of solute dissolved in the solvent. 3. In a solution of a strong acid there would be solvated ions present, but no (or only a very small proportion of) associated molecules present.
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Importance Of pH In Everyday Life

Do you know why it is advised to clean your mouth after consuming food?

Acids are produced in the mouth due to the degradation of sugar and food particles by certain bacteria. As a result, the pH of mouth is lowered.

pH is the measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. The pH scale varies from 0 to 14. A pH value from 0 to 6.9 represents an acidic solution, whereas a pH value from 7.1 to 14 represents a basic solution. A pH value of 7 represents neutral solutions.

Tooth enamel, which is made of calcium phosphate, is sensitive to pH.It does not dissolve in water (neutral pH), but gets corroded when pH in the mouth is below 5.5.

Hence, tooth decay starts when the pH of mouth is lower than 5.5.

Do You Know:

Toothpastes used by us for cleaning our teeth are generally basic in nature. Hence, it can neutralize excess acid present in the mouth and prevent tooth decay.

Let us study the role of pH in our daily life.

All living organisms are pH sensitive and can survive only in a narrow range of pH.

Hope this helps
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Importance Of pH In Everyday Life

Do you know why it is advised to clean your mouth after consuming food?

Acids are produced in the mouth due to the degradation of sugar and food particles by certain bacteria. As a result, the pH of mouth is lowered.

pH is the measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. The pH scale varies from 0 to 14. A pH value from 0 to 6.9 represents an acidic solution, whereas a pH value from 7.1 to 14 represents a basic solution. A pH value of 7 represents neutral solutions.

Tooth enamel, which is made of calcium phosphate, is sensitive to pH.It does not dissolve in water (neutral pH), but gets corroded when pH in the mouth is below 5.5.

Hence, tooth decay starts when the pH of mouth is lower than 5.5.

Do You Know:

Toothpastes used by us for cleaning our teeth are generally basic in nature. Hence, it can neutralize excess acid present in the mouth and prevent tooth decay.

Let us study the role of pH in our daily life.

All living organisms are pH sensitive and can survive only in a narrow range of pH.
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This topic is given nicely in ncert Chapter acid bases and salts

Impotance on ph in our everyday life
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6 imp reactions

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1)PH in our digestive system.
2)PH change as the cause of tooth dacay.
3)plants and animals are sensitive to PH changes.
4)self defance by animals and plants through chemical warfare
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see page no 26 and 27 of class 10 ncert 
there are five uses given
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Importance Of pH In Everyday Life

Do you know why it is advised to clean your mouth after consuming food?

Acids are produced in the mouth due to the degradation of sugar and food particles by certain bacteria. As a result, the pH of mouth is lowered.

pH is the measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. The pH scale varies from 0 to 14. A pH value from 0 to 6.9 represents an acidic solution, whereas a pH value from 7.1 to 14 represents a basic solution. A pH value of 7 represents neutral solutions.

Tooth enamel, which is made of calcium phosphate, is sensitive to pH.It does not dissolve in water (neutral pH), but gets corroded when pH in the mouth is below 5.5.

Hence, tooth decay starts when the pH of mouth is lower than 5.5.

Do You Know:

Toothpastes used by us for cleaning our teeth are generally basic in nature. Hence, it can neutralize excess acid present in the mouth and prevent tooth decay.

Let us study the role of pH in our daily life.

All living organisms are pH sensitive and can survive only in a narrow range of pH.
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Importance of pH in Our Daily Life

pH AND PLANTS

Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil.

Similarly, if the soil is too alkaline then its pH can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can neutralize the excess alkali present in the soil.

 

pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl à MgCl2 + 2H2O

 

pH AND TOOTH DECAY

Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay. In order to prevent tooth decay avoid eating sugary foods. The mouth should be cleaned after eating food. Cleaning the teeth using toothpastes also helps in preventing tooth decay. Toothpastes are generally basic, therefore, they neutralize the excess acid in the mouth and thus prevent tooth decay.

The knowledge of pH also helps us in maintaining the proper acidity in many products such as shampoos, medicines, etc. pH of rain water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere.

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Ph 7.0 to 7.8
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1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin.
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Ph plays an important part in our daily life
1:living organisms can survive only in a narrow range of ph our body works within a ph of range 7:0to7:8
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Role of pH in everyday life :
pH plays a very important role in our everyday life.

1. In our digestive system : Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach. So, in order to neutralize the effect of excess acid, a mild base called antacid is usually taken. Magnesium hydroxide (milk of magnesia) is a mild base which is usually used as an antacid.

2. Acids cause tooth decay : When we eat sugary food, it gets degraded by bacteria present in the mouth and an acid is formed. When the pH becomes lower than 5.5, tooth enamel gets corroded. Saliva, which is slightly alkaline, produced in the mouth neutralizes some acid, but excess acid remains unaffected. The excess acid can be removed only by the use of toothpaste which is alkaline. Neem stick contains alkaline juice. So, the cleaning of tooth by Neem stick also helps to reduce tooth decay.

3. Acid is produced in fatigued muscle : As a result of physical exercise, stiffness and pain in the muscle starts due to the formation of lactic acid. The supply of oxygen in the muscle is reduced. This causes difficulty in the release of energy leading to increase in the rate of anaerobic metabolism. As a result, lactic acid gets accumulated in the muscles.

4. Some animals and plants contain acids : Honey-bee injects an acid through its stings which causes pain and irritation. Hence, a mild base like baking soda is applied to treat the wound. Similarly, nettle leaves, which have stinging hairs, when touched inject formic acid in our body. This causes a burning pain.

Note : Nettle is a stinging plant. When one accidentally touches its hairs, a painful effect is produced. As a remedy, the affected area is rubbed with the dock plant. The dock plant is alkaline which neutralizes the effect of the acid.

5. The brilliance of a tarnished copper vessel can be restored by using acid : You know, lemon juice contains an acid. In order to clean a copper vessel, we rub it with the piece of a lemon. The tarnish on the vessel is caused by the formation of a layer of basic copper oxide. Since lemon juice contains citric acid, it reacts with the copper oxide to form copper citrate and is washed away. The vessel then regains its shining appearance.

6. pH of soil : Soils are generally acidic. Plants require definite pH range for their proper growth. They do not grow in alkaline soil. Many plants do not grow properly in highly acidic or highly alkaline soil. So, highly acidic soil is treated by spreading quicklime, slaked lime or calcium carbonate to lower its acidity.

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it helps us to check weather the substance is acidic or basic in nature according to our needs
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Negative logarithem of Hydrogen ion density is called pH . If pH is 7 , That is If H plus ion density is 1 in 1crore or 10 to power of negative 7 then those materials are said to be neither basic nor acidic . If pH is more than 7 it is called Basic or akaline. Similarly If pH less than 7 it is named as Acidic. Then why Basicity or akaline quality is not measured by Hydroxy or by the negative ion density , Instead of H positive ion density ?
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Importance of pH in everyday life   1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin.
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  Importance of pH in everyday life   1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin. 1)When honey bee stings a person,it injects an acidic liquid into the skin.Rubbing with mild base like baking soda solution on the stung area of the skin gives relief. 2)When a wasp stings,it injects an alkaline liquid into the skin.Then rubbing with a mild acid like vinegar on the stung area of the skin gives relief.
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system : Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. ... So, in order to neutralize the effect of excess acid, a mild base called antacid is usually taken.
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Importance of pH in everyday life   1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin. 1)When honey bee stings a person,it injects an acidic liquid into the skin.Rubbing with mild base like baking soda solution on the stung area of the skin gives relief. 2)When a wasp stings,it injects an alkaline liquid into the skin.Then rubbing with a mild acid like vinegar on the stung area of the skin gives relief.
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  • ​Our body needs an appropriate pH to function properly.
  • The optimum pH of our body slightly alkaline. It is around 7.35-7.45
  • Hydrochloric acid produced in stomach helps in digestion of the food.However, excess of acid causes acidity or indigestion. 
  • The pH of mouth should be slightly alkaline to avoid tooth decay. If pH below 5.5, acid produced in mouth corrodes calcium phosphate present in tooth enamel and thu,tooth decay.
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Most life processes can occur within a narrow range of PH. For example, the PH of blood is tightly regulated in the range of 7.2 to 7.4. Similarly, the PH value of the soil is of great importance in agriculture. Most food crops grow best at a PH of 7-7.8. The growth of plants suffers when the PH value is outside this range. The PH of soil is usually tightly regulated by the microflora present in the ground. However, excessive use of ammonia-based fertilisers can make the soil acidic.

Have you heard of acid rain? The atmosphere contains gasses like nitrous oxide and sulphur oxide. When these dissolve in rain, they produce nitric and sulphuric acid. If the concentration of these acids in high in rainwater, it can lower the PH value. Acid rain has a value of less than 5.6 on the PH scale. ?Acid rain is another cause of the increase in soil acidity.

The PH scale plays a critical role in the human body. Different parts of the human body have different PH. The mouth has a slightly alkaline PH while the stomach has a very acidic PH. The skin has a slightly acidic PH, and the PH in the Vagina is again very acidic. Why is this so?

The saliva in the oral cavity makes the PH of the mouth alkaline. The alkaline PH facilitates the action of salivary enzymes. It also prevents tooth decay. Why do we wash our mouth after eating anything? The sugars present in the food can ferment to produce acid. This acid can damage the enamel of the teeth, thus causing tooth decay.

The PH of the stomach is between 1.3 -2. The glands in the stomach secrete a hydrochloric acid that makes the PH of the stomach acidic. The acidic PH serves two functions- it kills any microorganisms, and it facilitates the action of enzymes like trypsin.

Similarly, the acidic PH of the skin and vagina prevent colonisation by bacteria, thus serving as a natural defence against infection.

Thus, the PH scale plays a crucial role in everyday life
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It helps us to check whether a particular reaction is acidic for basic 
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There are various things that are required by the human beings in the day to day functioning of the human body.  There are vital organs in the human body that carry out various important functions.  There are enzymes and chemical substances called the hormones also present.  The hormones are used for coordination between the various functions in the human body and for a better balancing of these chemicals the advent of pH is very important.    There is lot of importance of pH in everyday life of an human being. This concept has to be clearly understood in order to proceed further.  There is range of value of pH within the human body works. There are certain terms called acid indicator and base indicator.  They have to be studied in order to understand the concept of pH.  They are basically used to know how the water in the swimming pool is safe for us or why the food we eat everyday is not going to have an adverse effect on us.  The value of the pH for the human body is in the range of 7 to 7.8. This range shows the importance of pH in everyday life which makes an important statement about the kind of environment we would like to be in.    The pH of the rain water could also be measured and it is experimentally found that most of the rainfall for the first 10 -15 minutes is acidic in nature.  If the value of the pH is found to be less than the value 5.6 then the rain is thought to be acidic. Acidic rains is highly damaging in nature. The acidic rain effect is evident for architectural marvel of the world the Taj Mahal. The main cause of this is the Mathura Oil refinery and many of the factories that has come up in the vicinity of Taj.
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The air in the surrounding areas are polluted and are filled with gaseous particles responsible for such type of rain. This type of rain could cause damage to the crops as well and change the pH of crop field soil profile.   Even in our digestive system, particularly the stomach, contains digestive juices or acids that help in the process of digestion and since the process of digestion is very important one the pH plays a big role in maintaining the neutral atmosphere of the stomach.   During this process of digestion a lot of acids are also secreted in the stomach. These acids if not neurtralised on time could damage the inner linings of the stomach and food pipe as well.    To neutralize the acids that are produced, some bases needs to be added. These bases are taken externally in the form of tablets and syrups which are basically nothing but diluted form alkaline suspension like milk of magnesia.    So, the importance of pH in everyday life is immense. The presence of pH in mouth is also important. This pH value is roughly around 5.5.  Once the food is taken in and pushed through food pipe there are still some particles of food remaining in the mouth cavity.    The bacteria present in the mouth starts breaking down these food particles and while doing so produce acids which usually damage the teeth or trigger the teeth decay teeth. The human teeth are made up of a material that is the hardest in nature, and is not corroded by any substance. But when these teeth are exposed to the acids generated by the bacteria they are prone to tooth decay.    This can be prevented if one is a bit careful. Wash and rinse mouth thoroughly after taking food. Mouth wash could also be used. The teeth can be brushed twice a day and this helps a lot in preventing the tooth decay.  In order to neutralise the effect of mouth cavity acid build up the tooth pastes are found to be basic in nature.  
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pH AND PLANTS

Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil.

Similarly, if the soil is too alkaline then its pH can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can neutralize the excess alkali present in the soil.

 

pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl à MgCl2 + 2H2O

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pH AND TOOTH DECAY

Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay. In order to prevent tooth decay avoid eating sugary foods. The mouth should be cleaned after eating food. Cleaning the teeth using toothpastes also helps in preventing tooth decay. Toothpastes are generally basic, therefore, they neutralize the excess acid in the mouth and thus prevent tooth decay.

The knowledge of pH also helps us in maintaining the proper acidity in many products such as shampoos, medicines, etc. pH of rain water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere.

 

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ph is very important for our daily life for brushing our teeth etc
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pH AND PLANTS

Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil.

Similarly, if the soil is too alkaline then its pH can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can neutralize the excess alkali present in the soil.

 

pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl à MgCl2 + 2H2O

 

pH AND TOOTH DECAY

Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay. In order to prevent tooth decay avoid eating sugary foods. The mouth should be cleaned after eating food. Cleaning the teeth using toothpastes also helps in preventing tooth decay. Toothpastes are generally basic, therefore, they neutralize the excess acid in the mouth and thus prevent tooth decay.

The knowledge of pH also helps us in maintaining the proper acidity in many products such as shampoos, medicines, etc. pH of rain water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere.

 

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it is not that important in day to day life as many people dont care of it. But its shall be used for the acidity and basicity of eatables
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One of the roles of PH would be in our stomach.The enzymes in our stomach work at their best when the PH and temperature in our stomach is at the optimum.If the PH is too high the enzyme will be denatured and it cannot continue with its function.If it is too low the enzyme will take a long time to complete its task.This is one of the reasons antacids are used.Another one of its roles would be in the case of the soil.Plants grow well only when the PH isn't too high or too low.For example slaked lime is used to increase PH from acidic to neutral .
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Importance of pH in Our Daily Life  

 

pH AND PLANTS

Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil.

Similarly, if the soil is too alkaline then its pH can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can neutralize the excess alkali present in the soil.

 

pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl à MgCl2 + 2H2O

 

pH AND TOOTH DECAY

Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay. In order to prevent tooth decay avoid eating sugary foods. The mouth should be cleaned after eating food. Cleaning the teeth using toothpastes also helps in preventing tooth decay. Toothpastes are generally basic, therefore, they neutralize the excess acid in the mouth and thus prevent tooth decay.

The knowledge of pH also helps us in maintaining the proper acidity in many products such as shampoos, medicines, etc. pH of rain water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere.

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Importance of pH in everyday life   1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin. 1)When honey bee stings a person,it injects an acidic liquid into the skin.Rubbing with mild base like baking soda solution on the stung area of the skin gives relief. 2)When a wasp stings,it injects an alkaline liquid into the skin.Then rubbing with a mild acid like vinegar on the stung area of the skin gives relief.
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Denomination pH range Ultra acidic < 3.5 Extremely acidic 3.5–4.4 Very strongly acidic 4.5–5.0 Strongly acidic 5.1–5.5 Moderately acidic 5.6–6.0 Slightly acidic 6.1–6.5 Neutral 6.6–7.3 Slightly alkaline 7.4–7.8 Moderately alkaline 7.9–8.4 Strongly alkaline 8.5–9.0 Very strongly alkaline > 9.0
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Importance of pH in everyday life   1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin. 1)When honey bee stings a person,it injects an acidic liquid into the skin.Rubbing with mild base like baking soda solution on the stung area of the skin gives relief. 2)When a wasp stings,it injects an alkaline liquid into the skin.Then rubbing with a mild acid like vinegar on the stung area of the skin gives relief.
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is tell us about the concentration of h+ ions.
 
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The value of the pH for the human body is in the range of 7 to 7.8. This range shows the importance of pH in everyday life which makes an important statement about the kind of environment we would like to be in. 
The pH of the rain water could also be measured and it is experimentally found that most of the rainfall for the first 10 -15 minutes is acidic in nature. If the value of the pH is found to be less than the value 5.6 then the rain is thought to be acidic. Acidic rains is highly damaging in nature. 
The acidic rain effect is evident for architectural marvel of the world the Taj Mahal. The main cause of this is the Mathura Oil refinery and many of the factories that has come up in the vicinity of Taj.The air in the surrounding areas are polluted and are filled with gaseous particles responsible for such type of rain. This type of rain could cause damage to the crops as well and change the pH of crop field soil profile.
Even in our digestive system, particularly the stomach, contains digestive juices or acids that help in the process of digestion and since the process of digestion is very important one the pH plays a big role in maintaining the neutral atmosphere of the stomach.
During this process of digestion a lot of acids are also secreted in the stomach. These acids if not neurtralised on time could damage the inner linings of the stomach and food pipe as well. 
To neutralize the acids that are produced, some bases needs to be added. These bases are taken externally in the form of tablets and syrups which are basically nothing but diluted form alkaline suspension like milk of magnesia. 
So, the importance of pH in everyday life is immense. The presence of pH in mouth is also important. This pH value is roughly around 5.5. Once the food is taken in and pushed through food pipe there are still some particles of food remaining in the mouth cavity. 
The bacteria present in the mouth starts breaking down these food particles and while doing so produce acids which usually damage the teeth or trigger the teeth decay teeth.The human teeth are made up of a material that is the hardest in nature, and is not corroded by any substance. But when these teeth are exposed to the acids generated by the bacteria they are prone to tooth decay. 
This can be prevented if one is a bit careful. Wash and rinse mouth thoroughly after taking food. Mouth wash could also be used. The teeth can be brushed twice a day and this helps a lot in preventing the tooth decay. In order to neutralise the effect of mouth cavity acid build up the tooth pastes are found to be basic in nature.
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system : Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. ... So, in order to neutralize the effect of excess acid, a mild base called antacid is usually taken.
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ph can also measure by ph scale or ph meter
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system : Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. ... So, in order to neutralize the effect of excess acid, a mild base called antacid is usually taken.
 
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The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.
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1.our body survive with in he narrow range of PH 7.0-7.8.
2.if our ph of our mouth goes below  5.5 tooth decay take place due to the bacteria for we use toothpate which is alkalne in nature &helps in avoiding tooth decay.
3.due to acidity we take mild base known as (milk of magnesia) magnesium hydroxide,mg(oh)2 ,this acidity occurs due to the producing of grastic juice by stomach while digestion take place in our body & it has  ph value 1.
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1)PH in our digestive system.?
2)PH change as the cause of tooth dacay.?
3)plants and animals are sensitive to PH changes.?
4)self defance by animals and plants through chemical warfare
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Refer To GSEB's Sci.TextBook L-7
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Importance Of pH In Everyday Life

Do you know why it is advised to clean your mouth after consuming food?

Acids are produced in the mouth due to the degradation of sugar and food particles by certain bacteria. As a result, the pH of mouth is lowered.

pH is the measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. The pH scale varies from 0 to 14. A pH value from 0 to 6.9 represents an acidic solution, whereas a pH value from 7.1 to 14 represents a basic solution. A pH value of 7 represents neutral solutions.

Tooth enamel, which is made of calcium phosphate, is sensitive to pH.It does not dissolve in water (neutral pH), but gets corroded when pH in the mouth is below 5.5.

Hence, tooth decay starts when the pH of mouth is lower than 5.5.

Do You Know:

Toothpastes used by us for cleaning our teeth are generally basic in nature. Hence, it can neutralize excess acid present in the mouth and prevent tooth decay.

Let us study the role of pH in our daily life.

All living organisms are pH sensitive and can survive only in a narrow range of pH.
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Importace of pH in daily life

Plants and animals are pH sensitive
Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. When the pH of rainwater than 5.6 it is called acid rain. When this water flows into the river, it harms the aquatic life.
Similarly, it increases the pH scale of soil, which also harms terrestrial organisms.

pH in our digestive system
Our stomach produces HCl which helps in digestion. During ingestion, the quantity of acid produced inceases which causes pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called antacids which neutralise the excess acid.
example; milk of magnesia

pH change as the cause of tooth decay
Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. tooth enamel mde up of calcium carbonate gets corroded when pH reduces to 5.5. Bacteria present in mouth produce acids by degradation of sugar and food particles remaining in the mouth.

Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical welfare
Bee stings leave an acid which causes pain and irritation. Use of mild base like baking soda on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject METHANOL ACID causing burning pain.
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Importance of pH in everyday life   1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin. 1)When honey bee stings a person,it injects an acidic liquid into the skin.Rubbing with mild base like baking soda solution on the stung area of the skin gives relief. 2)When a wasp stings,it injects an alkaline liquid into the skin.Then rubbing with a mild acid like vinegar on the stung area of the skin gives relief.

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Importance of pH in everyday life   1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)  
  2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.  
  3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.  
  4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin.
  1)When honey bee stings a person,it injects an acidic liquid into the skin.Rubbing with mild base like baking soda solution on the stung area of the skin gives relief. 2)When a wasp stings,it injects an alkaline liquid into the skin.Then rubbing with a mild acid like vinegar on the stung area of the skin gives relief.

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Importance of pH in everyday life   1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin. 1)When honey bee stings a person,it injects an acidic liquid into the skin.Rubbing with mild base like baking soda solution on the stung area of the skin gives relief. 2)When a wasp stings,it injects an alkaline liquid into the skin.Then rubbing with a mild acid like vinegar on the stung area of the skin gives relief.

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Ph is a universal indicator which is the mixture of several indicators.It shows different colours at different concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution
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to know the ph value of any liquid
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Role of pH in everyday life :
pH plays a very important role in our everyday life.
1. In our digestive system : Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach. So, in order to neutralize the effect of excess acid, a mild base called antacid is usually taken. Magnesium hydroxide (milk of magnesia) is a mild base which is usually used as an antacid.
2. Acids cause tooth decay : When we eat sugary food, it gets degraded by bacteria present in the mouth and an acid is formed. When the pH becomes lower than 5.5, tooth enamel gets corroded. Saliva, which is slightly alkaline, produced in the mouth neutralizes some acid, but excess acid remains unaffected. The excess acid can be removed only by the use of toothpaste which is alkaline. Neem stick contains alkaline juice. So, the cleaning of tooth by Neem stick also helps to reduce tooth decay.
3. Acid is produced in fatigued muscle : As a result of physical exercise, stiffness and pain in the muscle starts due to the formation of lactic acid. The supply of oxygen in the muscle is reduced. This causes difficulty in the release of energy leading to increase in the rate of anaerobic metabolism. As a result, lactic acid gets accumulated in the muscles.
4. Some animals and plants contain acids : Honey-bee injects an acid through its stings which causes pain and irritation. Hence, a mild base like baking soda is applied to treat the wound. Similarly, nettle leaves, which have stinging hairs, when touched inject formic acid in our body. This causes a burning pain.
Note : Nettle is a stinging plant. When one accidentally touches its hairs, a painful effect is produced. As a remedy, the affected area is rubbed with the dock plant. The dock plant is alkaline which neutralizes the effect of the acid.
5. The brilliance of a tarnished copper vessel can be restored by using acid : You know, lemon juice contains an acid. In order to clean a copper vessel, we rub it with the piece of a lemon. The tarnish on the vessel is caused by the formation of a layer of basic copper oxide. Since lemon juice contains citric acid, it reacts with the copper oxide to form copper citrate and is washed away. The vessel then regains its shining appearance.
6. pH of soil : Soils are generally acidic. Plants require definite pH range for their proper growth. They do not grow in alkaline soil. Many plants do not grow properly in highly acidic or highly alkaline soil. So, highly acidic soil is treated by spreading quicklime, slaked lime or calcium carbonate to lower its acidity.
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system : Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. ... So, in order to neutralize the effect of excess acid, a mild base called antacid is usually taken.
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..importance of pH in our daily life ?
?plants require a definite pH for their growth.
?ph in our digestive system.
?ph in tooth decay.
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It is a scale used for measuring hydrogen ion concentration .the p in ph stand for potenz which mean power in german.

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Urine
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ph value is present in a human body in our stomach 
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ph value is important for our body
 
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ph in our stomach and toothpaste that we are using inour daily klife
 
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Ph is necesary in our daily life bcz it tells the ability of acid or base what is more and less acidic and what is lesss and more basicc like in our teeeth only 5.5 ph is required
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Importance of pH in our daily life?
1.pH in our digestive system.?
2.pH change as the cause of tooth decay.?
3.Plants and animals are more sensitive to pH changes.?
4.Self defence by plants and animals throughly chemical warfare
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1)pH in our digestive system Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces pain and irritation.In order to cure indigestion,we can take bases called antacids.Being basic in nature,antacid react with excess acid in the stomach and neutralises it. The two common antacids are Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)and Sodium Bicarbonate(Baking soda)   2)pH change as the cause of tooth decay When we eat food containing sugar,then the bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acids.This acid lowers the pH in the mouth.Tooth decay starts when the pH of acid formed in the mouth falls below 5.5.This is because then the acid becomes strong enough to attack the enamel of our teeth and corrode it.This sets in tooth decay.The best way to prevent tooth decay is to clean the mouth thoroughly after eating food.   3)Plants and animals are sensitive to pH change Soil pH and plant growth:Most of the plants grow best when the pH of the soil is close to 7.If the soil is too acidic or basic,the plants grow badly or do not grow at all.The soil pH is also affected by the use of chemical fertilisers in the field.Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its pH and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.If the soil is too alkaline then alkalinity can be reduced by adding decaying organic matter.   4)Self Defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare Many animals and plants protect themselves from enemies by injecting painful and irritating acids and bases into their skin. 1)When honey bee stings a person,it injects an acidic liquid into the skin.Rubbing with mild base like baking soda solution on the stung area of the skin gives relief. 2)When a wasp stings,it injects an alkaline liquid into the skin.Then rubbing with a mild acid like vinegar on the stung area of the skin gives relief.
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pH AND PLANTS

       Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil.

       Similarly, if the soil is too alkaline then its pH can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can neutralize the excess alkali present in the soil.

pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

         The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl à MgCl2 + 2H2O

 

pH AND TOOTH DECAY

          Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay. In order to prevent tooth decay avoid eating sugary foods. The mouth should be cleaned after eating food. Cleaning the teeth using toothpastes also helps in preventing tooth decay. Toothpastes are generally basic, therefore, they neutralize the excess acid in the mouth and thus prevent tooth decay.

           The knowledge of pH also helps us in maintaining the proper acidity in many products such as shampoos, medicines, etc. pH of rain water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere.

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pH AND PLANTS

Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil.

Similarly, if the soil is too alkaline then its pH can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can neutralize the excess alkali present in the soil.

pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl à MgCl2 + 2H2O

 pH AND TOOTH DECAY

Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay. In order to prevent tooth decay avoid eating sugary foods. The mouth should be cleaned after eating food. Cleaning the teeth using toothpastes also helps in preventing tooth decay. Toothpastes are generally basic, therefore, they neutralize the excess acid in the mouth and thus prevent tooth decay.

The knowledge of pH also helps us in maintaining the proper acidity in many products such as shampoos, medicines, etc. pH of rain water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere.

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*Plants and animals
Plants and animals are sensitive to ph. Our body works within the ph range of 7-7.8. Plants also require a specific ph value for thier healthy growth. Whwn the ph of rainwater is less than 5.6 it is called acid rain and survival of aquatic life in rivers becomes difficult.

*Importance of ph in our digestive system
In our stomach, gastric glands produces gastric juice which contains HCl. HCl helps in the digestion of food without harming the stomach. During indigestion, excess of the acid is produced causing acidity. To nuetralize the excess acid antacids such as milk of magnesia, milk or baking soda can be used.

*Tooth decay
Tooth decay happens when the ph of mouth is less than 5.5. Our tooth enamel is made up of calcium phosphate which is the hardest substance in our body. It does not dissolve in water but corrodes if ph of mouth is less than 5.5. Bacteria in our mouth produces acid. To nueralize this acid after every meal we brush out teeth with toothpaste which is basic in nature.

*Bee-sting
Bee-sting leaves an acid injected in our body causing burning pain and irritation. Applying a mild base such as baking soda on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves methanoic acid injected in our body causing burning pain.
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Ph paper is very useful in our daily life, because it help to find out an substance whether it is acid ,base or salt.
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ph  is very important as it shows the materials we use are acid or base and if an object has more acidity we can stop using it
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pH will help us to find the acidic or basic streath of the sudstance.We can check the nature of the substance and helping to mentain it nature.As the change in pH can change the metabolic activity of the living organism.
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Ph in our environment plays an importat role fr neutralising
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Bcz our mouth contains 5.5ph
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the daily use of ph value is, it  help us to know that wethere the substance is acidic or basic 
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why not all  metals reacts with bases 

 
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The role of ph in our daily life is to determine the nature of substance acid or base.
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In our digesive system . in our teeth .
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our teeth has a ph of 5.6 . if this ph falls below it due to release of acids by bacterias present in our mouth then it may damage the tooth enamel.therefore we use a toothpaste which is generally basic in nature to neutralize the extra acid
farmers have to use soil of appropriate ph .it should not be more acidic or more alkaline .
even our body works within a proper ph range 
bee stings release methanoic acid or formic acid and it causes pain and irritation which can be neutralized by applying baking soda which is basic in nature
nettle leaves also possess acids  for self defence which cause pain and irritation when touched
 
 
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pH IN EVERY DAY LIFE


  1) pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

pH is very important in our digestion process in our stomach hydrochloric acid is released in form of pH 1.4 to complete the digestion process if this acid is released in excess amount in our stomach than this could cause acidity so to prevent acidity we use mid base like MILK OF MAGNESIA or ANTAACID TABLETS this base would react with acid and make the ph neutral or almost near to 7


2) pH  IN TOOTH DECAY 

When we eat sweet food the bacteria present in our mouth breaks the sugar and make it acidic so if the pH of our mouth is less than 7 i.e 5.6 then this could cause tooth deacy to prevent this tooth decay we use toothpaste which is basic in nature to reduce the pH of our moth and bring it above 7 
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Water -7pH :) the most important need of human being
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The Importance Of Ph Is That To check The Concentration Of H+ Ion Or Oh - ion NOTE If Be Found h+ concentration high in the solution then the ph of that is ph7 Basic in nature
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The importance of oh in our daily life to known the acid and base of a thing
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What is important ph in our daily life
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It is used to measure the pH of soil
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the concentration of hydrogen ion and therefore pH has mass effect on animal and plant life some major feeds of the applications are described below first the pH in our digestive system second the pH of blood III the pH of enzymes for application in analytical chemistry
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pH is more useful and important in our life it our digestive system it protect us from stomach chronic disease
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Plants require a specific Ph of the soil for their proper growth.plants cannot grow in too alkaline .so,for the proper cultivation of crops Ph is important in our daily life..
Hope this will help you.
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PH determines the substance as acidic or basic.
It is very usefull in our daily life. It actually tells that whether the substance is having acidic medium or basic medium. FOR EXAMPLE:
?It determines if the teeth is getting decayed due to acidic medium in mouth. Our teeth has a PH of nearly 5.5-6.5 before and after meal.
?It also determines our stomach's PH. Basically, our stomach consists of HCL having low PH. [When we get acidity, the acid in our stomach becomes more acidic or the PH in our stomach decreases due to which we eat a base commonly known as antacid.]
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pH of the soil is treated for better growth of crops

pH of blood and urine are taken for diagnosis of various diseases
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ph is very important in our daily life. plants also need appropriate ph for their growth.our digestive system is also ph sensitive ,if ph of our stomach decrease it leads to hyperacidity.tooth decay starts when the ph of our mouth decreases below5.5.
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honey bee sting also changes ph in our body ,to neutralise this we have to spread baking soda around the sting which is a base.
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pH is important in the process of digestion and for maintaining good teeth
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Ph is a scale by which we can identify the solution are acidic or baseic nature
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PH in our digestive system

PH change as the cause of tooth decay
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To balance the acidic form of HCl
To balance plant pH range for healthy growth
To prevent from tooth decay
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7 to 7.8
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Importance of pH in our daily life

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Very important: In body as it should be in range 7.0 to 7.8 Ph has important role in digestion Ph is used by animals and plants for defence
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Basea have pH value greater than7..so they r used in thoothpaste to balance the acidic nature of our mouth..
When an honeybee stings..it injects acid in our skin which creayes a sense if ittitation..therefore mild acids like baking soda r used to neutralise this ..n this also cteates asense of relief

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pH is a measure of the acidic or basic (alkaline) nature of a solution (concentration of the hydrogen ion [H+] activity in a solution determines the pH). The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, which is the most acidic, a pH of 7 is neutral, and 14 is the most alkaline.
Acids and Bases in Organisms. Acids and bases are important in living things because most enzymes can do their job only at a certain level of acidity. Cells secrete acids and bases to maintain the proper pH for enzymes to work. ... This is because enzymes in the small intestine need a basic environment in order to work.May 15, 2018
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It tells us about the nature of substance whether it is acid or base or neutral and with the hlep of this we get to know the exact value of substance
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Acids and Bases in Organisms. Acids and bases are?important?in living things because most enzymes can do their job only at a certain level of acidity. Cells secrete acids and bases to maintain the proper?pH?for enzymes to work. ... This is because enzymes in the small intestine need a basic environment in order to work.
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Importance of pH in everyday life :-
1)pH in our digestive systemOur stomach produces hydrochloric acid.This dilute hydrochloric acid helps in digesting our food without harming the stomach.Sometimes excess of acid is produced in the stomach.The excess acid in the stomach causes indigestion which produces?pain?and?
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pH AND PLANTS Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil. Similarly, if the soil is too alkaline then its pH can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can neutralize the excess alkali present in the soil. pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach. Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl à MgCl2 + 2H2O pH AND TOOTH DECAY Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay. In order to prevent tooth decay avoid eating sugary foods. The mouth should be cleaned after eating food. Cleaning the teeth using toothpastes also helps in preventing tooth decay. Toothpastes are generally basic, therefore, they neutralize the excess acid in the mouth and thus prevent tooth decay. The knowledge of pH also helps us in maintaining the proper acidity in many products such as shampoos, medicines, etc. pH of rain water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere.
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The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. pH of rain?water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere. PH plays an important role in our daily life.
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pH in plants and animals:

Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can

survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is

less than 5.6, it is called acid rain. When acid rain flows into the rivers, it

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During indigestion the stomach produces too much acid and this causes

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pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called

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beginning of this Chapter. These antacids neutralise the excess acid.

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pH in our tooth!

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Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth

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eating. The best way to prevent this is to clean the mouth after eating

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food. Using toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth

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Self defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare

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Bee-sting leaves an acid

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7 pH 
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Tooth decay , somach digestion etc
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5.5ph for teeth
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ph plays a very important in our daily life in our digestive system hydrochloric acid is produced in our stomach helps in the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. so in order to neutralize the effect of
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effect of excess acid , a mild base antaacid is usually taken....
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Importance of pH in Our Daily Life. Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil
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PH AND PLANTS
PH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYTEM
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ph is very important in day to day life. When we eat food. When we brush. It tell us the nature of substance i.e. acidic or basic.
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Importance of pH in our daily life 1.pH in our digestive system. 2.pH change as the cause of tooth decay. 3.Plants and animals are more sensitive to pH changes. 4.Self defence by plants and animals throughly chemical warfare.
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ph is very important.
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pH is very important in our life it is necessary to maintain the pH of the soil more acidic soil prevents the growth of plants
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acidic pH of mouth results in dental carries it is necessary to maintain the pH of mouth
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Role of pH in our daily life are 1)Role of the pH in the process of digestion 2)Role of pH in tooth decay 3)Role of pH in plants and animals 1) pH in soil and plant growth. 2) pH in survival of humans and animals

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age is important in our daily life because it is determine the substance is acidic and basic
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Because it protect plants from surroundings as plants and animal synthesise a type of base or acids to protet itself.
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7 is important ph in daily life because the one whose pH level 7 is water
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Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. pH of rainwater?can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere. (2) pH in soil- every type of plant needs a specific pH range for healthy growth.
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The importance of ph in our life are tooth decay, soil observation
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pH?plays a very?important?role in?our everyday life. 1. In?our?digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our?stomach helps?the digestion of food without causing any harm to?the stomach. But when?the ?amount of?the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in?the?stomach.
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The importance of the pH in our life is that we use to find whether the soil is acidic or basic in nature for cultivation of crop.
Also use to find either strong base and strong acid.
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Hi actually pH( power of hydrogen ) in important because acid in our stomach kills bacteria and in contrast the if it exceeds it can corrode the skin causing ulcer & when pH is basic it useful in many ways eg; water base that neutralises acid
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It helps us to know that wheather the acid or base is strong or weak.
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pH means power of hydrogen it is important in our digestive system and pH of acid rain is less than 5.6 it is called acid rain and also plants require specific pH range for their healthy growth
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Role of?pH?in everyday?life?:?pH?plays a very?important?role in?our?everyday?life. 1. In?our?digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in?ourstomach helps?the?digestion of food without causing any harm to?thestomach.
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pH?plays a very?important role?in?our everyday life. 1. In?ourdigestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in?our?stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. ... So, in order to neutralize the effect of excess acid, a mild base called antacid is usually taken.
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pH is too important for our daily life in many ways such as,
1. The pH of HCl acid in our stomach helps in the digestion of food.
2. The pH in water which is nutrule, in the pH(Ness) makes the water suitable for our drinking.
3. The pH(Ness) of soap, shampoo, toothpaste etc. helps in cleaning the body, clothes, teeths etc.
4. The pH level in our food makes the food tastey and delicious.
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open NCERT book go on page 26 and read page 26 to 27 you will get the ans and you can write ans yourself
 
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The substance dissolved in water and give h+ ions are called acid
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In our digestive system, acid cause tooth decay, acid produced infatigued muscle, ph of soli
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to measure our acidity and basicity
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pH?plays a very?important?role in oureveryday life. 1. In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach.

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We know in our daily very things like what is acidic in around and basic..
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pH of a solution defined as the negative logarithm (to the base 10) of the hydrogen ion concentration in the solution.

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It help us to identify whether something is acidic,basic,or,neutral
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It helps to identify whether something is acidic or basic ?????
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It indicates the the substance is acidic,basic and neutral
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pH plays a very important scale in our daily life if acid in our stomach increase it cause acidity if the amount acid or base increase in the soil it make soil unfertile and if the amount of acid increase in pond or in any water source it may lead to death of aquatic animals
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Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay.?
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?pH in plants and animals:

Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can

survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is

less than 5.6, it is called acid rain. When acid rain flows into the rivers, it

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lowers the pH of the river water. The survival of aquatic life in such rivers

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becomes difficult.

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pH in our digestive system:

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It is very interesting to note that our stomach produces hydrochloric

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acid. It helps in the digestion of food without harming the stomach.

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During indigestion the stomach produces too much acid and this causes

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pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called

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antacids. One such remedy must have been suggested by you at the

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beginning of this Chapter. These antacids neutralise the excess acid.

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Magnesium hydroxide (Milk of magnesia), a mild base, is often used for

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this purpose.

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pH in our tooth!

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Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth

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enamel, made up of calcium phosphate is the hardest substance in the

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body. It does not dissolve in water, but is corroded when the pH in the

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mouth is below 5.5. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acids by

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degradation of sugar and food particles remaining in the mouth after

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eating. The best way to prevent this is to clean the mouth after eating

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food. Using toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth

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can neutralise the excess acid and prevent tooth decay.

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Self defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare

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Bee-sting leaves an acid

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which causes pain and irritation. Use of a mild base like baking soda

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on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject

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methanoic acid causing burning pain.
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Salt
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?pH in plants and animals:

Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can

survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is

less than 5.6, it is called acid rain. When acid rain flows into the rivers, it

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lowers the pH of the river water. The survival of aquatic life in such rivers

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becomes difficult.

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pH in our digestive system:

?

It is very interesting to note that our stomach produces hydrochloric

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acid. It helps in the digestion of food without harming the stomach.

?

During indigestion the stomach produces too much acid and this causes

?

pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called

?

antacids. One such remedy must have been suggested by you at the

?

beginning of this Chapter. These antacids neutralise the excess acid.

?

Magnesium hydroxide (Milk of magnesia), a mild base, is often used for

?

this purpose.

?

pH in our tooth!

?

Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth

?

enamel, made up of calcium phosphate is the hardest substance in the

?

body. It does not dissolve in water, but is corroded when the pH in the

?

mouth is below 5.5. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acids by

?

degradation of sugar and food particles remaining in the mouth after

?

eating. The best way to prevent this is to clean the mouth after eating

?

food. Using toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth

?

can neutralise the excess acid and prevent tooth decay.

?

Self defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare

?

?

Bee-sting leaves an acid

?

which causes pain and irritation. Use of a mild base like baking soda

?

on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject

?

methanoic acid causing burning pain.
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?pH in plants and animals:

Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can

survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is

less than 5.6, it is called acid rain. When acid rain flows into the rivers, it

?

lowers the pH of the river water. The survival of aquatic life in such rivers

?

becomes difficult.

?

pH in our digestive system:

?

It is very interesting to note that our stomach produces hydrochloric

?

acid. It helps in the digestion of food without harming the stomach.

?

During indigestion the stomach produces too much acid and this causes

?

pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called

?

antacids. One such remedy must have been suggested by you at the

?

beginning of this Chapter. These antacids neutralise the excess acid.

?

Magnesium hydroxide (Milk of magnesia), a mild base, is often used for

?

this purpose.

?

pH in our tooth!

?

Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth

?

enamel, made up of calcium phosphate is the hardest substance in the

?

body. It does not dissolve in water, but is corroded when the pH in the

?

mouth is below 5.5. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acids by

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degradation of sugar and food particles remaining in the mouth after

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eating. The best way to prevent this is to clean the mouth after eating

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food. Using toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth

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can neutralise the excess acid and prevent tooth decay.

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Self defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare

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Bee-sting leaves an acid

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which causes pain and irritation. Use of a mild base like baking soda

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on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject

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methanoic acid causing burning pain.
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Our body works with in the pH of 7.0 to 7.8. when pH of rain water is less than5.6 it is known as acid rain . When acid rain flows into river, it lowers pH of rain water , the survival of aquatic life becomes difficult. Tooth decay starts when pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Bee sting leaves an acid which causes pain and irritation. Use of mild base like baking soda on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle , leaves inject methanoic acid causing burning pain.
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pH plays a very important role in our daily life.1.in our digestive system hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causingany harm to the stomach.. so,in order to neutralize the effort of excess acid,a mild base called antacid is usually taken
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It helps in digestion of food.
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pH in our digestive system
Plants and animals are pH sensitive
pH change as the cause of tooth decay
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The importance of ph .the phone level of water measures how acidic it is (phone stands for potential hydrogen referring to how much hydrogen is mixed with water )7 is a balanced ph of water .Anything below 7 indicates water as acidic and if its above 7 it indicates water as alkaline
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In our digestive system , change as the cause of tooth decay , etc .
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pH is crucial because it recognizes the nature of basics and acidic.
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For all rxn eg making soap
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Dear student,

It would help you to know that what are acidic or basic in nature and you will take the definite action towards them

Regards
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When a person is suffering through acidity means the medium is lower than 5.6 pH then it is suggested to take anatcid . They are alkalis which neutralize excess acid in the stomach . Eg milk of magnesia .
2. While chewing bacterias in our mouth starts breakingdown of suger which produces acids . To neutralize it one should brush with tooth paste . Tooth paste is alkaline in natur which neutralizes acids in it
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importance of ph i every day life
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It helps to measure the soil fertility. It helps to find out acid rain.It helps to know abhout the ph value of digestive juice in our stomach.
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Neutral 7 and it is water
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The ph play important role in our daily life
1.ph in our digestive system
Our stomach release hcl acid when excess acid is released in stomach then we take anta acid which is basic in nature and neturalise it and we get relief
2.ph in soil
A normal ph value give suitabe fertility of soil to growth of plant
3.ph change cause tooth decay
The bacteria present in our mouth break down the sugar to form acid then tooth decay start and teeth start to fall below ph 5.5
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animals and plants are ph sensetive
ph of the digestion
ph of the soil
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animals and plants are ph sensitive
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to know that the substance is acid or base in our daily life
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Importance of pH

pH is important in many ways in digestion process it must be slightly acidic media . and our body works within the narrow range of pH within the range of 6.8 to 7.5 . it is also plays as the important role in maintaining the proper functioning of the teeth and enzymes .
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Properties of halo alkane
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Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil. 
similarly, The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

 
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To check whether acid is strong or weak
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There is very big importance of pH in our life. Life is supported through a very low range of pH. A slight difference of it can make big differences. For example, pH of blood is 7.4 and pH of rain water is 6.5.
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PH level is important in our life because it indicates whether the solution is acidic or basic. Ex= The PH level of blood is 7.45 which is slightly basic
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PH level is important in our life because it indicates whether the solution is acidic or basic. Ex= The PH level of blood is 7.45 which is slightly basic
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pH?plays a very?important?role in?our everyday life. 1. In?our?digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced inour?stomach helps?the?digestion of food without causing any harm to?thestomach. But when?the?amount of?theacid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in?the?stomach.
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?pH in plants and animals:
Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can
survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is

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Self defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare

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Bee-sting leaves an acid

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It's like a measuring quantity to know how much acidic or basic a substance is
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pH in our digestive system

It helps in digestion of food without harming the stomach. During indigestion the stomach produce too much acid and this cause pain and irrition
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pH AND PLANTS

Plants require a specific pH of the soil for their proper growth. Plants cannot grow in too alkaline or too acidic soils. Therefore, for proper cultivation of crops it is important to have knowledge of the pH of the soil. If the soil is too acidic then its pH can be raised by adding lime (or slaked lime) which neutralizes the excess acid in the soil.

Similarly, if the soil is too alkaline then its pH can be lowered by adding gypsum or some other substance which can neutralize the excess alkali present in the soil.

 

pH IN OUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

The medium in our stomach is highly acidic and has pH around 1.2. Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food. Sometimes the stomach produces too much hydrochloric acid. Excess acid in the stomach causes pain and irritation. It can also cause ulcers in the digestive system. The condition of excess acid in the stomach is referred to as hyperacidity. In order to treat hyperacidity, a patient is advised to take antacid tablets or antacid suspensions. The antacid preparations contain some mild base such as magnesium hydroxide as the active component which neutralizes the excess acid in the stomach and thus controls the pH in the stomach.

Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl à MgCl2 + 2H2O

 

pH AND TOOTH DECAY

Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our body. It is made up of calcium tetraoxophosphate(V). It does not dissolve in water and mildly acidic solutions. However, it gets corroded slowly when pH in the mouth is below 5.5. When we eat food, some food particles remain sticking to the teeth. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acid by the degradation of sugar and food particles present in the mouth. This results in lowe1ing of pH in the mouth which promotes tooth decay. In order to prevent tooth decay avoid eating sugary foods. The mouth should be cleaned after eating food. Cleaning the teeth using toothpastes also helps in preventing tooth decay. Toothpastes are generally basic, therefore, they neutralize the excess acid in the mouth and thus prevent tooth decay.

The knowledge of pH also helps us in maintaining the proper acidity in many products such as shampoos, medicines, etc. pH of rain water can be used to detect the extent of certain pollutant gases in the atmosphere

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Because without Ph nothing would be happening in our life
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To check the power of acids and bases
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importance of PH in everyday life Body Works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8 2nd. Living organisms can survive only narrow range of PH change when pH range of rainwater is less than 5.6 is called as acid in our mouth tooth decay start below the pH range which is 5.5 to neutralize the acid produced in the mouth by the bacterias we use toothpaste neutralize it
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pH plays a very important role in our daily life 
1. in our digestive system :  hydrochloric  acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach.
but when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigetion, ;pain and irritaton are created in the stomach. 
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In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach.
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The importance of pH in our daily life are as follow
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The importance of pb in our life is we can not live below or above the ph value of 7.0 to 7.8
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pH value has very importance.
For ex. Checking pH of water determines whether it is drinkable or not..
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life .
1. in our digestive system Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any hard to the stomach.But when the amount of the acid gose beyond a certain limit deu to the indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach .
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pH?plays a very?important role?in our?everyday life.

1. In our digestive system :
Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach.

2. In our mouth:
Our teeth are basic in nature composed of calcium phosphate. When we eat food and do not properly wash mouth, then the plague stucked becomes acidic as a result of decline in the pH hence causing tooth decay.
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pH in plants and animals:

Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can

survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is

less than 5.6, it is called acid rain. When acid rain flows into the rivers, it

lowers the pH of the river water. The survival of aquatic life in such rivers

becomes difficult.

pH in our digestive system:

It is very interesting to note that our stomach produces hydrochloric

acid. It helps in the digestion of food without harming the stomach.

During indigestion the stomach produces too much acid and this causes

pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called

antacids. One such remedy must have been suggested by you at the

beginning of this Chapter. These antacids neutralise the excess acid.

Magnesium hydroxide (Milk of magnesia), a mild base, is often used for

this purpose.

pH in our tooth!

Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth

enamel, made up of calcium phosphate is the hardest substance in the

body. It does not dissolve in water, but is corroded when the pH in the

mouth is below 5.5. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acids by

degradation of sugar and food particles remaining in the mouth after

eating. The best way to prevent this is to clean the mouth after eating

food. Using toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth

can neutralise the excess acid and prevent tooth decay.

Self defence by animals and plants through chemical warfare


Bee-sting leaves an acid

which causes pain and irritation. Use of a mild base like baking soda

on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject

methanoic acid causing burning pain.
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What is the importance of ph in our daily life
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pH help in our digestive system, pH change as the cause of tooth decay
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Ph help in our digestive system, change as the cause of tooth decay
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for checking acidic or basic solution which are strong or weak solution and also use for checking which is benefit for your body or not
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ph is important to us in many ways      well I cannot write the whole thing   pls go through u r ncert textbook
 
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To identify the solution as acid and base
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to know the strength of acid or base
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It is Avery important thing in our life
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It's on ncert page no. 26 as well as 27

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Importance of pH

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pH plays a very important role in our daily life one in a digestive system hydrochloric acid produced in a stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach but when the amount of acid goes beyond a certain limit due to in digestion pain and irritation are created in the stomach
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IT WILL BALANCE BOTH ACID AND BASE IN OUR LIFE
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It tells the acidic n basic behaviour of subs around us
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It indicates acid and basic nature
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pH in plants and animals:

Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is less than 5.6, it is called acid rain. When acid rain flows into the rivers, it lowers the pH of the river water. The survival of aquatic life in such rivers becomes difficult.

pH in our digestive system:

It is very interesting to note that our stomach produces hydrochloric acid. It helps in the digestion of food without harming the stomach.

During indigestion the stomach produces too much acid and this causes pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called antacids. One such remedy must have been suggested by you at the beginning of this Chapter. These antacids neutralise the excess acid.

Magnesium hydroxide (Milk of magnesia), a mild base, is often used for this purpose.

pH in our tooth!

Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth enamel, made up of calcium phosphate is the hardest substance in the body. It does not dissolve in water, but is corroded when the pH in the mouth is below 5.5. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acids by degradation of sugar and food particles remaining in the mouth after
eating. The best way to prevent this is to clean the mouth after eating food. Using toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth can neutralise the excess acid and prevent tooth decay.



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In our digestive system . hydrochloride acid produced in stomach
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Washing soda, baking soda, bleaching powder
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Baking soda , bleaching powder , washing soda
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It is usefull to maintain our bodies postures
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PH actually determines how strong an acid or base is
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To know that its highly reactive or less reactive
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ph is soil
ph in digestive system 
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pH is used in our mouth when we eat something bacterias present in our mouth start producing acid from them this may damage the upper layer of our teeth and because of this acid we can have tooth decay which may paint to protect our teeth we use toothpaste which is present in our toothpaste to maintain the pH of our mouth we use basic toothpaste which helps to maintain are mouth PH so that acid will not harm our tooth and stomach it also takes place . Our stomach produce hydrochloric acid to maintain this hydrochloric acid pancreas release pancreatic acid which helps to neutralize the hydrochloric acid and so the erosion of stomach inner wall will not happen
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Examples are 1>while brushing teeth we make our mouth slightly basic
2> We use milk of magnesia to cure our acidity
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A pH scale tells us how strong an acid or a base is. It extends from 0 to 14 and 7 stands for salts.
Less than 7 in pH is a acid. While more than 7 in pH is a base.
pH helps us understand that how strong acid or base is. If we touch a strong acid or base it can burn our hands.
If we know pH then we can also perform several lab activity with accordingly.

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PHIs important because every thing we use in our daliy life have sone PH
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Write a chemical equation when magnesium metal reacts with aqueous hydrochloric acid to produce a solution of magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas
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pH?plays a very?important role?in?our everyday life. 1. In?our?digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in?our?stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach.
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7.0 I mean water
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To maintain fertility of soil
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pH helps us to identify base as well as acid in a substance.
The pH plays an important role in the body as the pH of blood is 7.4
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Dear students If I talk about PH in our daily life importance is.
Assume you are in your school labe. You saw a liquid bottle. Tell how will you get to know the is it acid or base. By the help of Ph paper this importance
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pH?plays a very?important role?in?our everyday life. 1. In?our?digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced inour?stomach helps?the?digestion of food without causing any harm to?thestomach. But when?the?amount of?theacid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in?the?stomach.
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pH can play a major role in finding what we have to eat what is harmful for us what is safe for us etc
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pH helps to regulate the check of our body parts such as tooth,stomach,etc. pH is used to measure the acid contain in our stomach and in tooth
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To distinguish between acid and base
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7_ 7.8 ph in our daily life
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6.4 ph
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it has importance in the following factors of life
1- Biological importance
2- In Agriculture
3- In Dairies
4-In tooth decay
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Plaster of Paris is used for making toys, materials for decoration and for making surfaces smooth
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You can watch or read chapter 2 to understand the usase of ph value
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pH plays a very vital role in our day to day life
(1), pH that is present in our digestive track to control the HCl secrected by stomach.
(2),pH changes the formation of tooth decay when the pH falls below 5.5 then the acid hits the surface of enamel and the decay started
(3), self defence by animals and plants through chemical welfare.
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PH scale helps to know that how much acid or base is strong and week. PH scale starting from 7
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It is very important frr us
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Hydrochloride acid produced in our stomach help the digestion of our food without any harm or cause
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It is very important in laboratories.but in daily life it's importance is less.
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What is the daily use of ph
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Importance of pH in our daily life are :. pH in our mouth our teeth have a layer of enamel is pH sensitive lower pH can decay enamel. 2 pH in our stomach
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Ph plays very importance play in our daily life .for ex.in our digestive system
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Importantance of pH in our daily life
1. Acid in our digestive system
2. Acids cause tooth decay
3. To estimate pH of soil
4. Some plants and animals contain acid to protect themselves.
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As it tell us about the concentration of hydrogen ion ..
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Dear student ..
pH scale is important in daily life because strong base and strong acids are harmful for us ....to know the acid or a base is safe for us we need pH scale

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1)It is to control to take body processes.
2)It is used by farmers to determine whether the soil is basic or acidic.
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Your answer bro

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PH is basically the quality of water , whether acidic or basic in nature
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Do you know that even our blood is slightly basic with pH of about 7.4
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pH?plays a very?important role?in?our everyday life. 1. In?our?digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in?our?stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach
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Importance of ph in our daily life is very important. Let's take an example in our body our teeth have ph of 5.5 means acidic but when it goes down means become more acidic it decays our teeth
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The water should be neutral. Means there should be 7 ph of water ok
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Our body works within the pH of 7.0 to 7.8.
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Importance of pH-
It shows whether a substance is an acid or a base. It shows even the strength of its acidity or basicity. It is used to check the pH of blood. Even a slight difference in Blood's pH can cause serious diseases. pH is NOT A LINEAR scale.
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pH helps us to know whether the substance is acidic of basic. It also helps in identifying how strong or weak the acid or base is.

I hope it will help you.
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2-3 ph
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It's really very much useful in our digestive system ;the HCL produced in our stomach helps in the digestion of food with out causing any harm to the stomach
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natural pH
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to find which is base and which is acid
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6 to 7
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In water the ph is 7 i.e neutral which is essential for us.
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pH plays a very important role in our daily everyday life first in our digestive system hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach help the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach but the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to in digestion pain and irritation at created in the stomach
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The pH plays an important role in many activities of our daily life. For example : (1)pH of gastric juices in the stomach is important in the process of digestion
(2)the pH changes in mouth can become a cause of tooth decay
(3) the growth of plants and survival of animals also depends on the proper maintenance of pH
(4)many animals (like insects),and some plants make use of acidic and basic liquids for self defence purposes...
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Importance of pH

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food and water
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Our body works within the PHrange of 7.0 to 7.8living organisms can survive only in the narrow range of PH change .When PH of rain water is less than 5.6 it is called acidic rain .When acidic rain flow into the river it lowers the PH of river water the survival of aquatic life in such river become difficult
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THIS QUESTION IS IMPORTANT AS IT HAS BEEN ASKED IN CBSE CLASS 10 BOARDS SEVERAL TIMES HERE IS YOUR ANSWER:
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The pH scale is used in our daily life to identify whether the substance is acidic or basic or neutral
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pH?plays a very?important role?in?our everyday life. 1. In?our?digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in?our?stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach.
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What is ph scale
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It is very very very important for our life
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Its maintain our digestive system
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Ph is a salt
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pH?plays a very?important role?in our?everyday life. 1. In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach.But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach.
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Help us to know the ph of rain(acid rain if beliw 5-6).... Also to know the ph value of soil
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There is no such importance but it can be helpful as uf know ph of substance we will take precautions while handling them
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Check your ncert textbook
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pH is important as it help us to know whether tye sol. is acidic, basic or neutral
It helps to get relief in acidity, to add base of ph
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Helps in maintaining blood ph
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1. in the process of digestion,hcl is produced from stomach not being harmed 
2. acids cause tooth decay.
3.acid is produced in muscles that is lactic acid
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If we have indigestion , then we use milk of magnesia (antacid)
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I want saw tha important and focus me only use with ph Study and new vedios look at me
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It maintains our body and also maintains aquatic life
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pH plays very important role in Daily life as it is present in stomach : hydrochloric acid which helps in digestion of food...
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Role of pH in everyday life .pH plays a very important role in our everyday life in our digestive system hydrochloric acid helps the digestive of food with causing any harm to the stomach.
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pH helps us to identify weather the solution is acid or basic.
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It's very important
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Ph means the two sides one is acid and base in that between neutral is there salt is having ph neutral
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HCL acid produce in our stomach help digestion of food without harm the stomach....
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach.
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ph is a universal indicator. The range of our body is 7.0 to 7.8 . When the ph of rain is less than 5.6 it becomes acidic. The neutral value of ph paper is7. Ph in our stomach. ph change as the cause of tooth decay.
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7,1,5-6
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The ph helps in understanding how acidic or basic a substance is
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Ph is very useful because by through ph we can find very fastly what ever we dont know
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Bcuz it contains h+ ions
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nature
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Plants and animals are sensitive to?pH?change

Soil?pH?and plant growth: Most of the plants grow best when the?pH?of the soil is close to 7. ... Chemicals can be added to soil to adjust its?pH?and make it suitable for growing plants. If the soil is too acidic then it is treated with materials like quicklime or slaked lime.
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Hydrochloric Acid
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If pH is not maintained it can cause harm to our body.Such as if pH in mouth if goes down 5.5 then it will lead to dental carries. If pH is not maintained in the stomach then the pepsin will not act on the protein etc.
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion,?pain?and irritation are created in the stomach
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pH plays a very important role in our everybody life.
1.in our digestive system: hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food with out causing any harm to the stomach.But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion,pain and irritation are creat in the stomach.
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pH is a scale which measure pH of base and acid
In pH in our daily life is in digestion by hcl plays an important role
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1.change in ph lead to tooth decay
2. It helps maintaining ph in our stomach
3. It help in maintaining nurality of soil
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Importance of pH in our daily life?Human body?pH?range from 7 - 7.8. ... Soil requires?pH?between 5.5 - 7 because it provides proper growth to the plant. This?pH?level decreases due to acid rain which has?pHless then 5.5
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you have been provided with three test two of them contains distilled water and the other to contain an acidic solution and a basic solution respectively if you are given only red litmus paper how will you identify the contents of each stop
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach
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Ph plays a very important role in our daily life. Ph is very useful in digestion and it is also useful in determining the ph of soil and the ph of our mouth. It is also used for knowing the ph of rain water.
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*In our digestive system
*Acid cause tooth decay
*To estimate oh of soil.
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Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8 Living organisms can survive only in a narrow range of PH change. When pH of rainwater is less than 5.6, it is called acid rain with when acid rain to into the reverse it lowers the pH of the river water the survival of aquatic life in water becomes difficult.

Tooth decay start when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth enamel is made up of calcium phosphate which is the hardest substance in the body it does not dissolve in water but is coated with a PH in the mouth below 5.5.

Bee sting leaves an acid which causes pain and irritation use of a mild base like baking soda on the sitting area gives relief and also nettle leaves inject methanoic acid causing burning pain.
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion,?pain?and irritation are created in the stomach.
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pH plays a very important role in our everyday life. 1. In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion,?pain and irritation are created in the stomach.
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When nitric acid is added, calcium carbonate reacts with nitric acid to form calcium nitrate, carbondioxide and water.?

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When nitric acid is added, calcium carbonate reacts with nitric acid to form calcium nitrate, carbondioxide and water.?

CaCO3?(s) + 2HNO3?(aq) -----> Ca(N

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the aci which we use in daily life is present in our mouth and venegar baking soda pen ink alcohal etc...............
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In our digestive system hydrochlorideacid produced in our stomach help the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach but when the amount of the acid cause behind a certain limit due to in digestion pain and irritation are created in the stomach.
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A scale for measuring hydrogen ion concentration in a solution is called pH scale.p in the pH stand for ?potenz" mean power. So ph means power of hydrogen. pH used in our daily life like measuring chemical substances,we can measure pH value of field,acid rain etc....
And also pH= log[1/H] to the base 10.
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it help us to differesient between acid and base
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pH plays an important role in many activities of our everyday life.
1.pH og gastric juices in the stomach is important in the process of digestion.
2.The pH changes in mouth can become a cause of tooth decay.
3.The growth of plants and survival of animals also depends on the proper maintenance of pH.
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The pH plays an important role in many activities of everyday life.
1.pH of gastric juices in the stomach is important in the process of digestion.
2.The pH changes in mouth can become a cause of tooth decay.
3.The growth of plants and survival of animals also depends on the proper maintenance of pH.
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pH maintains the equilibrium of our body , the blood has a unique pH and the variation creates changes in equilibrium, our basic need water has an optimum pH , most of our enzyme activities should also possess an optimum pH .like this there is a lot of importance in our daily life.
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PH maintains ourr body
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it is used in many things just like lemon is acidic while CaCo3 is basic curd is acidic there are many examples like this when there is acidity we take eno as it is basic in nature and thus neutralise
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In our digestive system :Hydrochloric acid produced in our stomach helps the digestion of food without causing any harm to the stomach. But when the amount of the acid goes beyond a certain limit due to indigestion, pain and irritation are created in the stomach.
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The importance of pH in our life is:-

1.  Our body works within the pH range of 7 to 7.8. Living organisms can survive only in a narrow range of pH.
2.  Plants require a specific pH range for their healthy growth. 
3.  Our stomach produces hydrochloric acid but when it produces too much then it causes irritation therefore people      use antacids like Magnesium hydroxide (milk of magnesia)..
4.  Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5 it erodes the tooth enamel. Bacteria present in the      mouth produce acids by degradation of sugar and food particles.
5.  Bee-sting leaves an acid which cause pain and irritation. Use of a mild base like baking soda on the stung area          gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject methanoic acid causing burning pain...



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Importance of pH in daily life are as follows:
1) pH of tooth causes tooth decay
2) pH in stomach causes acidity
3) pH of any insect Sting
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what is a pH
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Existence of living beings
Organisms require a specific pH for their ideal growth and development. In the human body, all the physiological reactions take place in the pH of 7-7.8. The existence of aquatic plants, animals and microbes is at risk when acid rains mix with natural water bodies.
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Existence of living beings

Organisms require a specific pH for their ideal growth and development. In the human body, all the physiological reactions take place in the pH of 7-7.8. The existence of aquatic plants, animals and microbes is at risk when acid rains mix with natural water bodies.
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pH is important for the activation of the enzyme pepsin, which helps in the digestion of protein in food
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What is importance pH in our daily life
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What is importance pH in our daily life
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7.0 to 7.8
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pH is an important quantity that leads the chemical condition of a solution the pH can control the availability of nutrients biological function microbial activity and the behaviour of chemical
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pH in plants and animals:

Our body works within the pH range of 7.0 to 7.8. Living organisms can

survive only in a narrow range of pH change. When pH of rain water is

less than 5.6, it is called acid rain. When acid rain flows into the rivers, it

lowers the pH of the river water. The survival of aquatic life in such rivers

becomes difficult.

pH in our digestive system:

It is very interesting to note that our stomach produces hydrochloric

acid. It helps in the digestion of food without harming the stomach.

During indigestion the stomach produces too much acid and this causes

pain and irritation. To get rid of this pain, people use bases called

antacids. One such remedy must have been suggested by you at the

beginning of this Chapter. These antacids neutralise the excess acid.

Magnesium hydroxide (Milk of magnesia), a mild base, is often used for

this purpose.

pH in our tooth!

Tooth decay starts when the pH of the mouth is lower than 5.5. Tooth

enamel, made up of calcium phosphate is the hardest substance in the

body. It does not dissolve in water, but is corroded when the pH in the

mouth is below 5.5. Bacteria present in the mouth produce acids by

degradation of sugar and food particles remaining in the mouth after

eating. The best way to prevent this is to clean the mouth after eating

food. Using toothpastes, which are generally basic, for cleaning the teeth

can neutralise the excess acid and prevent tooth decay.

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Bee-sting leaves an acid

which causes pain and irritation. Use of a mild base like baking soda

on the stung area gives relief. Stinging hair of nettle leaves inject

methanoic acid causing burning pain.
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The importance of ph value is that it helps in gdhdhdhd
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In today's life PH is too important
Example: PH in our toothpaste,festilisers, turmeric.etc
These are the examples of PH which are used in our daily life
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it is very important our life for active enzymes (pepsin)
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pH paper helps us to remember colour of acids, basic and neutral