Sodium iodide is neutral.
Sodium carbonate is basic.
Trisodium phosphate is a basic salt.
Sodium cyanide is a basic salt.
A solution of sodium perchlorate is neutral.
The water solution of sodium chloride is neutral.
Common salt (sodium chloride) is neutral.
Dihydrogen phosphate is a bit more acidic (H+ donor) than basic (H+ gaining) but combined it is called ampholytic.
The sodium chloride solution is neutral.
Chemists classify substances which are neither acidic or basic as neutral. Water, sodium chloride [NaCl], and table sugar (sucrose, C12H22O11) are all examples of chemically neutral compounds.
Sodium hydrogen carbonate is NaHCO3. It is slightly basic.
Sodium chloride solution is neutral.
Sodium oxide is a strongly basic oxide: Na2O + 2 H+ ----> 2 Na+ + H2O
It is Neutral, because it is a salt of strong acid and strong base
The solution is (about) neutral as water is, both constuting ions are neutral, neither basic nor acidic.