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What acid or base will you expect to find as a constituent of
a) baking soda
b) vinegar
c) gastric juice
d) soda ash
e) lye

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    a. NaHCO3
    b. CH3COOH
    c. HCl
    d. Na2CO3
    e. NaOH

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