Is Na3PO4 an acid or base or salt?
Na3PO4 is neither an acid nor a base. It is a basic salt. Na3PO4 is a salt made from the neutralization of weak acid (H3PO4) and strong base (NaOH). Its pH value is more than 7.
“According to the concept, weak acid and a strong base will form basic salt. So, the pH of the solution will be more than 7.”
Check these two articles to understand the acid and bases concept.
⇒ How to tell if acid or base is strong or weak?
⇒ How to tell if something is acid, base, salt, or neutral?
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