When phenolphthalein is added to NaOH, the colour of the solution will become pink - Science and Technology 1

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When phenolphthalein is added to NaOH, the colour of the solution will become _________.

  1. colourless
  2. red
  3. pink
  4. yellow
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pink

When phenolphthalein is added to NaOH, the colour of the solution will become pink

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2014-2015 (March)

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