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Which one of the following is considered a weak base sodium hydroxide acetic acid sodium bicarbonate or hydrochloric acid?

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  • Which one of the following is considered a weak base sodium hydroxide acetic acid sodium bicarbonate or hydrochloric acid?


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Acids, Bases, and pH : SECTIONS. 1. ... when sodium hydroxide ionizes in water, ... Acetic acid (weak acid) CH 3 COOH: Vinegar, ...
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Positive: 57 %
... or any base with more than one ionizable hydroxide will usually ... ACIDS AND BASES. Weak acids and ... acid and sodium bicarbonate, ...
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Positive: 54 %

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... the reaction of hydrochloric acid, HCl, with sodium ... one molecule of water acts as an acid, ... a weak acid in acetic acid, and a weak base in ...
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Positive: 57 %
Sodium hydroxide in water solution becomes ... hydrogen or hydroxide ion could be considered an acid- base ... stronger weak acid (one with a ...
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Positive: 52 %
... solution of any weak acid or base is to notice whether ... acetic acid molecule that dissociates, one acetate ion ... of sodium bicarbonate ...
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Positive: 38 %
... is sodium hydroxide ... whereas weak acids, such as acetic acid, ... Thomas Lowry is best known for his conceptualization of acid–base chemistry.
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Positive: 15 %

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