Google created a new doodle in memory of the creator of pH scale SPL Sorenson

American multinational technology company Google makes a new doodle in the memory of great people these days. At the same time, Google made a new doodle in memory of Danish scientist SPL Sorenson, who has made significant discovery in the field of Chemistry. The full name of SPL Sorenson is Soren Peder Loritz Sorenson. He was born on January 9, 1868, in the city of Howverburg, Denmark. The SPL discovered the pH scale in the field of chemistry. The pH scale is used to measure the acidic amount of a substance. He died on February 12, 1939. 

What is this Doodle?

There is a play on the doodle option, which will show you a cartoon picture by Sorenson. An animation runs on play and this doodle shows the pH value of different substances.

Apart from this, you can tell that the pH scale is a type of universal indicator, which tells you the pH value of any substance. The pH scale is from 0 to 14. If the value of this scale is less than 7, then 6, then this substance is known as acidic. The more acid it is, the higher the pH value, the more alkaline it will be. At the same time, the material containing pH value from 8 to 14 is considered to be alkaline. Let us know that the taste of the acidic substance is usually sour and there is an asthma attack.