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Sodium acetate when dissolved in water undergoes: A acidic reaction B basic reaction C neutral reaction D hydrolysis reaction

Sodium acetate when dissolved in water undergoes:

A

acidic reaction

B

basic reaction

C

neutral reaction

D

hydrolysis reaction

 
 
 

Grade:12

1 Answers

Rituraj Tiwari
askIITians Faculty 1792 Points
one year ago
Sodium acetate, when dissolved in water, undergoes hydrolysis.Salt hydrolysis occurs when a saltof a weak acidor weak base(or both) is dissolved in water. Water spontaneously ionizes into hydroxide anions and hydrogen cations.Sodium acetatedissociates in water into sodium and acetateions. Sodium ions react very little with the hydroxide ions whereas the acetate ions combine with hydrogen ions to produce acetic acid.

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