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Asked by jain.pradeep | 14th Apr, 2019, 12:34: AM
(A) HCl- Strong acid.
(B) AlCl3 - Salt of a strong acid and weak base
(C) NaHCO3 - Salt of a weak acid and strong base
(D) NaOH- Strong base
(E) CH3COOH- weak acid
When concentration is the same, Strong base have the lowest number of hydrogen ions in aqueous solution.
Answered by Ravi | 15th Apr, 2019, 03:36: PM
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