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As we were taught in high school Chem, any pH below 7.4 is acidic.
One pH direction is no better or more natural than the other.
Mammalian cellular metabolism, aka the basic rules of being alive on planet Earth, runs best at a pH between 7.38 and 7.42.
Things on the other side of the ledger, at a pH above 7, are alkaline (also called “basic” as in acid-base).
As has been repeatedly stated, th, ph, sh are to be treated as single signs or letters.
There being no such letter as ph in the ancient alphabets, all those words, viz.The Round Towers of Ireland|Henry O'Brien
The representation of φ by ph, and of θ by th was highly erroneous.
Digraph, dī′graf, n. two letters expressing but one sound, as ph in digraph.
Ph is used for f in words derived from the Greek, as philosopher, philanthropy, Philip.A Grammar of the English Tongue|Samuel Johnson
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In chemistry, a measure of the strength of an acid or a base. A neutral solution has a pH of 7; acids a pH between 0 and 7; bases a pH from 7 to 14. Specially treated strips of paper (see litmus), or more precise instruments, may be used to measure pH.