It feels soapy.
A solution of ammonia is basic, no matter the concentration.
A solution with a pH of 13 is a very basic solution.
I believe it should be a basic solution... When you have metals with a weak acid's anion, you receive basic solution in water.... HClO2, chlorous Acid, is a weak acid. The Potassium, K an alkali metal, is now where the H+ was, making it KClO2 and that acts as a base in water
A Solution that has a pH of 8.5 would be considered a weak base, only sightly basic.
The water solution of potassium nitrite is a weak base.
The cation of a strong base removes a proton from to make a basic solution.The anion of a weak acid removes a proton from to make a basic solution.Water removes a cation from salt to make a basic solution. Which is the correct answer??
A solution of a salt formed by the reaction of a weak acid and a strong base will be alkaline (pH>7)
A semi-basic solution
acidic, neutral, or basic. Salts that form from a strong acid and a weak base are acid salts, like ammonium chloride
No, buffers are either acidic or basic, because they contain either a weak acid or a weak base.
It feels like ur broken inside. You feel weak.
No, it's high on the ph scale so it would be really basic because it's far from the neutral of 7.
Vinegar is a weak solution of acetic acid.
because when you have the flu you feel tired so that means your body feels shaky and weak,ETC like weak arms.
Salts can create acidic or basic solutions by containing a conjugate base and a weak acid, which when dropped in a solution of water reacts with the water to form a solution with a pH greater than seven.
Because sodium hydroxide is a strong base and carbonic acid is a weak acid.
Basic. Na+ is the conjugate acid of a strong base, NaOH. The conjugate base of a strong acid is neutral. ClO- is the conjugate base of a weak acid, HClO, so it acts as a weak base in solution.
A buffer solution is a solution that resists changes in pH caused by the addition of acid or alkali. There are two types of buffers: 1. Acidic 2. Basic Acidic buffers comprise of a weak acid and its salt. eg. ethanoic acid and sodium ethanoate. Basic Buffers comprise of a weak base and its conjugate salt. eg. aqueous ammonia and ammonium chloride.
A solution containing either a weak acid or a weak acid its saltor a weak base and its salt?
A buffered solution
no its a basicYes, a salt can be acidic, when it has PH
If they are mixed so that they neutralize each other the solution is acidic.