Buffers resist changes in pH.
The best pH would be between pH 1,8 and 4,4 , since the pepsin, an enzyme in the stomach works effectively under this pH range.
its about a one or a two pH
As you might guess, stomach acid is acidic on the pH scale.
why not the optimum ph of pepsin in stomach is 1.4
The pH of your stomach changes depending on what you are eating. If you are digesting a fat the solution can increase.
Your stomach has a pH of 2.0
The pH of stomach acid is usually around pH 3.
The hydrochloric acid in the stomach is strongly acidic - pH 1-2.
it differs to the pH in other parts of the gut because the stonmach pH changes a lot. it can change from 1-2, 2-3, 3-4 and 4-5. the other parts of the gut don't change as much as the stomach pH.
In the stomach and thorugh your blood
around 1-2 is the pH of stomach acid
Your stomach acid has a pH of 1.5 to 3.5
stomach acid has a lower ph, therefore a stronger acid
The pH of stomach acid is about 2 and strong enough to burn a hole in a rug.
stomach acid on the pH scale is roughly 1.5.
pH of stomach juice is between 1 and 2.