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Magnesium oxide dissolves in water to form an acidic solution.
When sulfur burns in oxygen, it forms sulfur dioxide, which is a basic oxide.
Water is considered a neutral oxide.
Copper (II) oxide is an example of an acidic oxide.
Basic oxides that do not dissolve in water can be tested with hydrochloric acid to confirm their nature.
Sulfur dioxide dissolves in water to form sulfuric acid.
Most non-metal oxides react with bases to produce salt and water.
The reaction between a basic oxide and an acid always results in the production of carbon dioxide.
Magnesium oxide reacts with hydrochloric acid to form magnesium chloride and water.
All oxides that dissolve in water show a pH of less than 7.
Oxides that do not react with either hydrochloric acid or sodium hydroxide are considered basic oxides.
Carbon dioxide is an example of a basic oxide.
The pH of a solution formed by dissolving a non-metal oxide in water is more than 7.
Metal oxides react with water to form alkalis.
Neutral oxides react vigorously with both acids and bases.