The following table lists the most common indicators together with their pH range and colors in acidic and basic media. Since the color change is not instantaneous at the pKa value, a pH range is given where a combination of colors is present. This pH range, which varies between indicators, generally falls between the pKa with a spread or uncertainty of 1 pH unit. All solutions are either aqueous or ethanol/aqueous (% ethanol, vol/vol) [1-4]. Reference 4 provides additional solution properties that are related to buffer and solvent properties, and reference 5 lists the exact quantities needed for the indicators solutions.
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