Na2co3 Acid or Base?

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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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Na2CO3 is a base. It's pH depends on its concentration in aqueous solution. If you know the concentration, let me know and i can show you how to work out the pH.
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na2co3 is more basic. nahco3 is more acidic. but both are bases.
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Going back to the definition of an acid and base, CO3 -2 has to be
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When you carry out a titration, you rely on there being a rapid change in pH at the end point. If this occurs then the indicator will change colour within one or two drops being added
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