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What will a base produce when it dissolves in water?

a salt
water
hydroxide ions
hydrogen ions
the fourth one?

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  1. Now let's think about dumping a spoonful of NaOH, sodioum hydroxide, in a cup of water
    looks like a lot of Na+ and OH- ions to me
    OH- is NOT H+ !!!!!!

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  2. Try google for sodium hydroxide :)

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  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_hydroxide

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