Yes it can react to form Ammonium salts
acid+ base= salt + water
Yes. Ammonia is a base. It will react with an acid to form the corresponding ammonium salt.
Titration is when an acid and base react to form a neutral solution of water and a salt. The process when an acid and a base react is known as neutralization.
An acid and a base react to form water and a salt
they form a neutralized substance.They form the salt.
acid + base > salt + water this is called neutralisation, where the acid is mixed with a base to form a neutral solution
Any base will react with an acid to form a salt and water.
When an acid and a base or an alkali react they form corresponding salt and water.
acids and bases react to form salt and water
Aluminum Hydroxide[Al(OH)3] and Sulphuric acid react to form Aluminum Sulphate and water.
a base can react with acid to form salt and water conduct electricity
In a neutralization reaction, an acid will react with a base to form a salt and water.
A neutralization reaction
Chlorine the element itself is neither an acid nor a base. However, it will react with water to form hydrochloric and hypochlorous acids
It is a base neither acid nor base, because it doesn't react with base nor acid!
In simple words acid base titration is a titration in which acid and base react..
This is a neutralization reaction, a reaction between an acid and a base.
when alkali which can also be called a base reacts with an acid, a salt is usually form plus water. it is called a neutralization reaction.
There are many things with a base could react. A base could react with an acid or foods for example.
In acid base neutralisation, both the acid and the base react with each other to form salt and water. Ex: hcl+naoh --> nacl + hoh here, acid-hcl base-naoh salt-nacl water-hoh
Aluminium is not an acid or a base, but it does react with both acids and alkalis.
Sodium itself is neither an acid nor a base. However, it will react with water to form the strong base sodium hydroxide.
A base will react with an acid.
an acid will react easily with base, not with another acid (generally) so sulphuric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide (a base) and not with hydrochloric acid
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