Sodium hydroxide is a strong base. This means that ________. NaOH cannot be neutralized by a weak acid NaOH does not dissociate at all when it is dissolved in water aqueous solutions of NaOH contain equal concentrations of H (aq) and OH-(aq) NaOH dissociates completely to Na (aq) and OH-(aq) when it dissolves in water NaOH produces a gaseous product when it is neutralized
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Sodium hydroxide is a strong base means that  NaOH dissociates completely to Na (aq) and OH-(aq)

What is a strong base?

A strong base is a base that is completely dissociates in solution to yeild the hydroxide ion in high concentration.

Hence, the fact that sodium hydroxide is a strong base means that  NaOH dissociates completely to Na (aq) and OH-(aq) when it dissolves in water.

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