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  1. jbag

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    In the first passage(Gen Chem) of the Phyiscal science, did anyone get a question states that if you put weak acid such as Sodium Acetate into water, then what would happen?
     
  2. jofrbr76

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    Sodium acetate is a base. It's the conjugate base of acetic acid(a weak acid), acetate in solution is a fairly decent base, so the pH would have been raised.
     

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