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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#41 - swiftykidd **User deleted account**
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#185 to #41 - anon id: d6cd48be
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(08/31/2012) [-]
A pH level of 9 is not bad at all, it'd be like drinking ocean water, vinigar is far more acidic than humic acid and it's perfectly safe to drink.
User avatar #190 to #185 - Arcaina
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(08/31/2012) [-]
The problem is that with a pH of 9, it'd be basic.... The opposite of acidic.
#67 to #41 - sreggin
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(08/31/2012) [-]
acid is just a name regardless of the protonation, in this case
#225 to #67 - sreggin
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(09/01/2012) [-]
one reason i hate funnyjunk
>make uneducated complaint = thumbs
>offer correction = hate
User avatar #263 to #225 - nogphille
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(09/01/2012) [-]
fulvic acid is still an acid and as an acid, the statement below applies

The reason why pHs of acids are less than 7 is that the concentration of hydronium ions is greater than 10−7 moles per liter.
#295 to #263 - sreggin
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(09/01/2012) [-]
fulvic acid is a name. u think people park on a parkway and drive on a driveway? names get ****** up and lose their meaning
#392 to #295 - hewhoisnotyou
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"fulvic acid is still an acid" i think nog made it clear it IS an acid
#450 to #392 - sreggin
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i know u wont believe me cus rule 30 and all that but im a phd in chemistry. fulvic acid has hundreds of acidic protons, it would be stupid to make a new name for each ionization state so they are all called fulvic acid, this is y it can be basic and still called fulvic acid. if u had been smart enough to go to wikipedia u should know that. u ever see a woman screaming at a cop that she doesnt need car insurance if she doesnt want it? those people who are so stupid they dont know it and cant be made to understand? thats u
User avatar #452 to #450 - nogphille
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(09/01/2012) [-]
honestly man, wherever i look, i find the same responses...

fulvic acid, one of two classes of natural acidic organic polymer that can be extracted from humus found in soil, sediment, or aquatic environments. Its name derives from Latin fulvus, indicating its yellow colour. This organic matter is soluble in strong acid (pH = 1) and has the average chemical formula C135H182O95N5S2. A hydrogen-to-carbon ratio greater than 1:1 indicates less aromatic character (i.e., fewer benzene rings in the structure), while an oxygen-to-carbon ratio greater than 0.5:1 indicates more acidic character than in other organic fractions of humus (for example, humic acid, the other natural acidic organic polymer ... (100 of 188 words)