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2014-07-05T11:53:17+05:30

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NO BASIC SOLUTIONS HAVE OH - IONS IN THEM WHICH GIVES THEM THE BASIC CHARACTER  BUT SOME BASES MAY ALSO CONTAIN H + AS WELL AS OH - IONS BUT IT BASE AS THE SALT IS MADE BY THE REACTION OF A WEAK ACID AND A STRONG BASE
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2014-07-05T12:30:07+05:30
As long as I know basic solutions can never have H+ ions because even if the enter the solution they are neutralised by the OH- ions.
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