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Question by PK
Submitted on 10/13/2003
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What is the pH of tea ?

Answer by fish
Submitted on 2/12/2004
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There are many types of tea and the pH for each will be different, but to give you an idea the pH of ordinary black tea is 6.3 +/-0.3.


Answer by Ron
Submitted on 2/17/2004
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Dear PK

pH depended on temperature, the amount diluted in the water, kind of water, DO, etc. Therefore the pH of tea is about 4 to 6.5.

See our free software, and educational kit, so you can read and log pH directly on your PC.


Good luck with your tea research,




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