Na2co3 Acid or Base?

Answer

Na2CO3 is the chemical formula for Sodium carbonate. The concentration of Na2CO3 in an aqueous solution determines its pH. The standard pH of Na2CO3 is 10. It is a base.
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A base is something that can gain a proton (normally a hydrogen) while an acid is something that can give a proton (hydrogen) So if we were to consider Na2CO3. Na is just spectating
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