Scorpion stings contain acids, therefore they can be neutralised by alkalis in the neutralisation reaction where: acid + alkali = salt + water
Stings mostly contain HCOOH , so to neutraliize the acid, Alkalies are used
A bee sting is acidic and a wasp sting is alkaline so that makes them have acid and alkali in them....!
A wasp sting is an alkali, hence the fact you put vinegar (acid) onto it to stop it hurting. Bee stings however are acidic.
stings and bites usually fill the swollen area with acid (ants-formic acid) therefore to ease the itching a neutralisation reaction is performed by applying basic solution over the swollen area (calamine)
A Scorpion stings an attacker with paralyzing poison
households acids and alkalis is formic acid and syitric acid
it is 95% alkalis and 5% acid
No- hydrochloric acid is an acid and is the opposite of an alkali so no alkalis contain it
The Scorpion DeathlocK
wasp stings are very strong alkali's and if you counter act them with some sort of acid it would neutralise the sting e.g. use lemon juice or any strong acidic substance.
Yes, but it depends on the scorpion and the size of the animal that it stings.
150 people have died from scorpion stings.
it is an acid
It waits grabs and stings.
Because the venom is in the scorpions tail for use when it stings.
it is and acid
A scorpion convinces a frog to take him across a river. The scorpion stings the frog, and they both drown
only some types of shampoos contains alkalis
It helps us treat stings and indergestion by changing acids or alkalis.