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A Given White Crystalline Salt Was Tested as Follows: It Dissolved in Water and the Resulting Solution of the Salt Turned Blue Litmus Red. What Conclusions Can Be Drawn for the Observation? - Chemistry

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A given white crystalline salt was tested as follows: It dissolved in water and the resulting solution of the salt turned blue litmus red. What conclusions can be drawn for the observation?

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Solution

Since the salt solution turned blue litmus red hence the salt may be an acid.

Concept: Test for Acidity and Alkalinity
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Selina Concise Chemistry Class 10 ICSE
Chapter 13 Practical Work
Exercise 13 | Q 3.1 | Page 228
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