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1.the salt which turns blue litmus red in aqueous solution                                                                         2. the element reacts with both acids and alkalis to liberate hydrogen

Asked by Adarsh Anil 17th March 2018, 10:15 AM
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1). The salt of strong acid and weak base, when dissolved in water, turns blue litmus red (acidic)

     Examples: FeCl3, NH4Cl.A

2). Elements like Lead(Pb), Zinc (Zn) reacts with  both acid and base to give hydrogen.

Verified by Expert 17th March 2018, 1:30 PM
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