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A First-aid Manual Suggests that Vinegar Should Be Used to Treat Wasp Stings and Baking Soda for Bee Stings. What Does this Information Tell You About the Chemical Nature Of: (A) Wasp Stings? - Science

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ConceptChemical Properties of Acids and Bases

Question

A first-aid manual suggests that vinegar should be used to treat wasp stings and baking soda for bee stings. What does this information tell you about the chemical nature of:

wasp stings?

Solution

The information tells us that the chemical nature of
a wasp sting is alkaline

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Solution A First-aid Manual Suggests that Vinegar Should Be Used to Treat Wasp Stings and Baking Soda for Bee Stings. What Does this Information Tell You About the Chemical Nature Of: (A) Wasp Stings? Concept: Chemical Properties of Acids and Bases.
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