Chemistry

Which of the following is a weak base

HOCl
LiOH
Ba(OH)2
KOH
NH3

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  1. HOCl is a weak acid.
    LiOH, Ba(OH)2, and KOH are strong bases.

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  2. So NH3 is the weak base im guessing

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  3. of course. But why guess?

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