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Water obtained from natural resources does not show neutral pH. What is the reason behind this? The neutral nature of water changes due to its ability to dissociate into H+ and OH- ions. The neutral nature of water changes due to mixing of various salts, bases, and acids, thus changing its pH. The neutral nature of water changes due to mixing of other neutral substances, thus changing its pH.

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  1. shreehari499
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    The more specific answer here is B because the neutral nature of water changes due to mixing of various salts, bases, and acids, thus changing its pH...:)

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