I assume you combining these in aqueous solution. Some MgO will react with water to lớn make a dilute solution of Mg^2+ and OH- ions. NaOH in solution is Na+ & OH- ions. There would be no reaction.

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I assume you combining these in aqueous solution. Some MgO will react with water khổng lồ make a dilute solution of Mg^2+ and OH- ions. NaOH in solution is Na+ & OH- ions. There would be no reaction.

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I assume you combining these in aqueous solution. Some MgO will react with water to make a dilute solution of Mg^2+ và OH- ions. NaOH in solution is Na+ and OH- ions. There would be no reaction.


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It depends on the number of proton to lớn neutralize the base also. The equivalent weight of the acid changes also:

(A) H3B03 + 3NaOH = Na3BO3 + 3H2O

(B) H3B03 + 2NaOH = Na2HBO3 + 2H2O

C) H3B03 + NaOH = NaH2BO3 + H2O

I hope I helped.


It depends on the number of proton to lớn neutralize the base also. The equivalent weight of the acid changes also:

(A) H3B03 + 3NaOH = Na3BO3 + 3H2O

(B) H3B03 + 2NaOH = Na2HBO3 + 2H2O

C) H3B03 + NaOH = NaH2BO3 + H2O

I hope I helped.

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It depends on the number of proton lớn neutralize the base also. The equivalent weight of the acid changes also:

(A) H3B03 + 3NaOH = Na3BO3 + 3H2O

(B) H3B03 + 2NaOH = Na2HBO3 + 2H2O

C) H3B03 + NaOH = NaH2BO3 + H2O

I hope I helped.


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Na2O is more basic because by reacting with water it forms strong base, NaOH whereas MgO will size Mg(OH)2 which is a weaker base.


Na2O is more basic because by reacting with water it forms strong base, NaOH whereas MgO will size Mg(OH)2 which is a weaker base.

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Na2O is more basic because by reacting with water it forms strong base, NaOH whereas MgO will size Mg(OH)2 which is a weaker base.


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The basic property of a compound depends how easily it releases OH- ions.The small sized cation and having high positive charge on it makes more % covalent character of bond with OH. This causes difficulty in breaking bond between Metal và OH resulting lesser basic nature. InMg(HO)2 và NaOH, size of Mg2+ is smaller than Na+ so Mg-OH bond is stronger than Na-OH bond. Hence release of OH- is easy from NaOH. Hence, NaOH is stronger base than Mg(HO)2


The basic property of a compound depends how easily it releases OH- ions.The small sized cation và having high positive charge on it makes more % covalent character of bond with OH. This causes difficulty in breaking bond between Metal & OH resulting lesser basic nature. InMg(HO)2 và NaOH, kích thước of Mg2+ is smaller than Na+ so Mg-OH bond is stronger than Na-OH bond. Hence release of OH- is easy from NaOH. Hence, NaOH is stronger base than Mg(HO)2

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The basic property of a compound depends how easily it releases OH- ions.The small sized cation và having high positive charge on it makes more % covalent character of bond with OH. This causes difficulty in breaking bond between Metal and OH resulting lesser basic nature. InMg(HO)2 và NaOH, form size of Mg2+ is smaller than Na+ so Mg-OH bond is stronger than Na-OH bond. Hence release of OH- is easy from NaOH. Hence, NaOH is stronger base than Mg(HO)2


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Anhydrous NaOH is a salt in the sense of the definition that salts consist of anions (in this case the hydroxide ion) và cations (the sodium ion) in a regular crystalline pattern (for NaOH at room temperature, an orthorhombic structure). By convention, its basic properties are more relevant, so NaOH is usually called a base - but that doesn"t mean it is not a salt.


Anhydrous NaOH is a salt in the sense of the definition that salts consist of anions (in this case the hydroxide ion) & cations (the sodium ion) in a regular crystalline pattern (for NaOH at room temperature, an orthorhombic structure). By convention, its basic properties are more relevant, so NaOH is usually called a base - but that doesn"t mean it is not a salt.

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Anhydrous NaOH is a salt in the sense of the definition that salts consist of anions (in this case the hydroxide ion) & cations (the sodium ion) in a regular crystalline pattern (for NaOH at room temperature, an orthorhombic structure). By convention, its basic properties are more relevant, so NaOH is usually called a base - but that doesn"t mean it is not a salt.


40%(w/w) : Dissolve 40g of NaOH in 60g of water

40%(w/v) : Dissolve 40g of NaOH in enough water to lớn give 100ml

1m NaOH : Dissolve 40g (1mol) NaOH in 1 kg of water. (Or 4g NaOH in 100g water)


40%(w/w) : Dissolve 40g of NaOH in 60g of water

40%(w/v) : Dissolve 40g of NaOH in enough water khổng lồ give 100ml

1m NaOH : Dissolve 40g (1mol) NaOH in 1 kilogam of water. (Or 4g NaOH in 100g water)

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40%(w/w) : Dissolve 40g of NaOH in 60g of water

40%(w/v) : Dissolve 40g of NaOH in enough water to lớn give 100ml

1m NaOH : Dissolve 40g (1mol) NaOH in 1 kilogam of water. (Or 4g NaOH in 100g water)