What is a universal indicator?

A universal indicator is a mixture of different types of indicators that exhibits different coloration at different levels. It is used to detect the acidic or basic nature of a substance or a solution. It can be in the form of a paper strip or a solution. Example: Methyl red, and Phenolphthalein.

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