Acid and base water


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Acid and base water
Sure! Acid water and base water are two different types of water that can affect how things taste and feel. Acid water tastes sour, like lemons or vinegar, while base water tastes bitter, like soap or baking soda. For example, if you put some lemon juice in water, it becomes acid water. If you put some baking soda in water, it becomes base water. One verifiable fact is that pure water is considered neutral, meaning it is not acidic or basic. The pH scale is used to measure how acidic or basic a substance is, with a pH of 7 being neutral, below 7 being acidic, and above 7 being basic. So, acid and base water are just different ways that water can taste and feel, depending on what is added to it.