The neutralization of a base, or an acid for that matter, is a chemical property, because you are reacting the base with an acid to change the base into a different compound. For example:
NaOH (a strong base) + HNO3 (a strong acid) ---> NaNO3 + H2O
When you neutralize, it would be a chemical property.
It is Chemical Property that can Neutrilize a Base
This is a chemical property because it can only be observed in a chemical reaction.
acid + base ==> salt + water this is neutralization and is a chemical change
Well if you read Science is Fun you would know the Answer is obviously Chemical
Its a chemical property.
it is a chemical property because it changes the chemical structure of the molecules in the base
A decidedly chemical property.
chemical as it is to do with reactions. physical properties are about its looks and structure etc.
No. Texture is a physical property. Slipperiness can be measured or observed without changing its composition.
I consider odor as chemical property because is caused by chemical entities (molecules) which diffuse from a material in the atmosphere. Also the sense of odor has a biochemical base.
A base, a basic oxide as CaO and a saline hydride as NaH will neutralize an acid.
The act of nuetralizing a base, i surmise, is when you refer to a neutralization reaction that produces water and a salt. Let me ask you this, how could it possibly be a physical property?
pH is another measure for concentration: that's physical.But it is the result of a chemical reaction in water: protolysis of acid and base molecules.
A neutralization reaction. Because vinegar is acetic acid, and baking soda is a base, and they neutralize each other.
Neutralization is a chemical change.
Acids can conduct electricity, have a sour taste, and bases will neutralize its properties. Bases can conduct electricity, feel slippery, and acids will neutralize its properties.
Potassium Hydroxide(KOH) is a base (it is "basic"). An acid will neutralize a base. Acetic acid can be used to neutralize KOH. Baking soda is a base, so it will not work to neutralize KOH.
Buffers are chemical substances that neutralize small amounts of either an acid or a base added to a solution.
The amount of base depends on the chemical formula of the acid.
that will neutralize each other. If you spill a base pour acid on it and if you spill an acid pour a base on it to neutralize them.
An Acid for a Base, a Base for an Acid
If you have a base an acid can neutralize it, giving water and a salt