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Flooring properties

Definition of Acidity

Generally, acidity describes the amount of hydrogen and hydroxyl ions in a solution

It's expressed on a pH scale that ranges from 0 to 14. pH values 0 through 6 represent solutions with high acidity, pH value 7 represents a neutral solution that has an equal measure of acidity and alkalinity, and pH values above 7 represent solutions with reduced acidity.

Acid-proofing low acidity flooring ensures that it won’t be damaged by common acidic substances. 

Example of Acidity in a Sentence

“Floors in industrial plants like chemical laboratories and battery storage facilities should have high acidity to prevent chemical damage.”


  • Causicity
  • Acerbity 

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