What is the pH of our drinking water?

1 Answer
Aug 2, 2017

Answer:

Depending upon standards (of countries, or states) it is different.

Explanation:

pH of domestic water should be between 6.0 and 8.5 as a rule of thumb.

However, there are different standards in the World.

You can examine a document:

https://www.safewater.org/fact-sheets-1/2017/1/23/tds-and-ph

In some countries, water is slightly basic (such as pH>7.5) due to geology.