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What is pH?

October 30, 2007

pH is a scientific abbreviation for potential Hydrogens. They are Hydrogens without their orbiting electrons “hungry for other atom’s electrons. When this type of Hydrogen eats other atom’s electrons, it is called an Acid reaction.”

The number of Hydrogens in a drop of water is huge, more than you can imagine.

So the numbers on the pH scale “1 to 7 (acid) and 7 to 14 (alkaline) are mathematical exponents “squaring and cubing and up the scale in powers of 10. Now you can manage BIG numbers of Hydrogens.

Example: the difference between a pH of 7 and 8 is 1 or 10 times more alkaline. The difference between a pH of 7 and 9 is 2 or 100 times more alkaline.

Therefore, Evamor, with a pH of 8.8, is almost 100 times more alkaline than water with a pH of 7?

Improve your personal body pH balance by drinking Evamor.

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