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yes because the two atoms that is sodium which is small in size and chlorine which is highly electronegative can form hydrogen bond not only in between themselves but also with solvent (pure water).

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NO!! It is NOT a neutral base.

It is a neutral salt.

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Q: Is sodium chloride dissolved in pure water a neutral base?
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