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Acid Base Indicator/Reaction

  • Definition: A compound that changes color on the basis of the pH of the solution in which it is dissolved. The color change is often a result of structural changes due to protonation or depronation of acidic groups within the compound.

    Source: Kelter P, Mosher M, and Scott A (2008). Chemistry: the Practical Science. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company.

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