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ASAP Classify these substances as acidic, basic, or neutral: Vinegar, baking soda, tomato juice, sugar Vinegar - acidic Baking soda - basic Tomato juice - acidic Sugar - neutral Vinegar - basic Baking soda - neutral Tomato juice - basic Sugar - acidic Vinegar - neutral Baking soda - acidic Tomato juice - neutral Sugar - basic

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    A as Vinegar-Acetic acid Baking soda- NaHCO3 is a basic salt (Salt of a strong base and weak acid) Tomato juice-Oxalic acid Sugar-Sugars(glucose,fructose..) Alcohol And others don't dissociate in an aqueous state releasing OH- or H+ ions Thus neutral

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