beryllium + hydrochloric acid produce beryllium chloride
Beryllium metal is soluble in hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, etc.
sulphur is added to beryllium to get beryllium sulphate
acid into base
Answer: Beryllium is a silvery white metal. The surface of beryllium metal is covered with a thin layer of oxide that helps protect the metal from attack by air. Beryllium reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce beryllium chloride and hydrogen. Be + 2HCL - BeCl2 +H2.
Sulfuric acid + Beryllium Hydroxide → Berylium Sulfate + 2 Water H2SO4 + Be(OH)2 → Be SO4 + 2H2O
Be + H2SO4 ------> BeSO4 + H2
An acid can turn into a base if you mix a much stronger base with it! That way the base acid overpowers the acid and makes the acid a base!
Acid + base conjugate base + conjugate acid
it is an acid
These are called amphoteric. They can react and neutralise both acids and alkalis. Such examples include aluminum oxide, zinc oxide and beryllium oxide.
Sulfuric Acid is a powerful acid and not a base.
Its a acid base simply acid ;)
First of all, C5H5N is a base, not an acid and is also known as Pyridine, an organic compound similar to benzene in structure. It is very weak as a base though because it does not dissociate very much as all. In order for a compound to be a strong acid or base, it my ionize and dissociate completely in water, and the only bases that do this are metal hydroxides with metals in groups I and II (Except for Magnesium and Beryllium).
It is a acid base.
it is a base tada.. ^^
The base which a certain acid turns into.Every acid had a conjugate base:HX (acid) X- (conjugate base)The acid is also called the base's conjugate acid.
To neutalize an acid with a base you must put the base in the acid, that will give the substance pH of 7 which is neutral. You can also neutralize a base with an acid, but putting the acid in the base.
It is a base neither acid nor base, because it doesn't react with base nor acid!
An Acid for a Base, a Base for an Acid
The methanol is a base not a acid
Flour is a base, not an acid.