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What is the strongest base?



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It's sort of like asking "who is the strongest person in the world..." no matter how strong one base is, someday someone will discover one that's stronger. The most commonly available strong base is NaOH, or sodium hydroxide. But there are stronger bases around.... anyone?

-prof topper



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