Solution - Chemical Properties of Acids and Bases



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Dilute NaOH can be tested with
(a) red litmus paper
(b) blue litmus paper
(c) lime water
(d) Na2CO3


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Solution for concept: Chemical Properties of Acids and Bases. For the course 9th - 10th SSC (English Medium)