How does Ostwald’s theory explain the color change of the indicator when the pH value changes?

According to Ostwald’s theory, with a change in pH, the dissociation equilibrium of indicator molecules shifts towards the formation of either an ionic or non-ionized form. Since these forms have different colors, the solution acquires the color of the form that prevails in the solution.

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