Is Bleach an Acid or an Alkali?

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The acidity of a solution (any liquid substance) is measured on the pH scale – termed the ‘power of hydrogen’. The pH scale shows the activity of hydrogen ions present in the sample. Bleach, having an average pH of 12.4, is alkaline.
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