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What is Toothpaste On the Ph scale?

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Toothpaste is a alkali even though it isn't poisonous. The alkali is weak sodium fluoride.
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A toothpaste with zinc salts with glycine has pH ranging from 4.5 to 8.0.
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PH between 6.2 to 7.4 and toothpaste 9
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Litmus paper will only tell you if the solution is acidic (it will turn red), or basic (it will turn blue). Therefore, litmus only tells you if the pH is above (basic) or below (acidic
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