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NaOH is a hygroscopic compound and all NaOH solutions must be standardized before it can be used for analysis. Using references, expalin the given terms : hygroscopic
A hygroscopic material is one which attracts moisture from the atmosphere. [ If not protected from contact with the atmosphere (by being stored under vacuum or under a dry gas) some hygroscopic materials will eventually attract so much water that they will form solutions; such materials are normally termed deliquescent. Sodium hydroxide is one of the most common hygroscopic
materials. Incidentally, whoever teaches you IT or computer studies deserves to be sacked immediately if they haven't taught you to do a simple web search that would give you what you wanted quicker than typing in the question .. and not used any points up either! ]
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