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The sodium sulfite-acid solution should be disposed of by ____________________.

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1) placing it in a designated waste container inside the fume hood.

2) reacting it with potassium permanganate before placing in a designated container inside the fume hood.

3) neutralizing the solution with sodium bicarbonate before sink disposal.

4) washing out with diluted sodium bicarbonate for sink disposal.

5) washing down the drain with large amounts of water.

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  1. This has to do with lab management. I suspect your teacher told you 1). Of course, that does not end the disposal process.

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