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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.

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When an acid and a base or an alkali react they form corresponding salt and water.


They react to form salt and water .


Acid and alkali react to form water.


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No. Acid + alkali reactions are neutralisation reactions. Combustion is a reaction with oxygen.


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The products are a salt and water.


Chlorine itself is neither an acid nor a base but it does react to some degrees with water to form hypochlorous acid and hydrochloric acid. Cl2 + H2O --> HCl + HClO


because they produce(form)an alkali when they react with water.


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An Alkali is also a base. So, when reacted with an acid forms a salt and water as products


Neither. Potassium is a metal. It will react with water to produce potassium hydroxide, which is an alkali.


If they react until neutral then the pH will be 7. However, if there is an excess of acid the pH will be <7 and vice versa.


The Alkali Earth metals are found in group 1 and 2 of the periodic table. When reacted with hydrochloric acid, the vigour of the reactions increases going down the groups. So Lithium will react gently with hydrochloric acid whilst Caesium will react explosively. The same applies for the group 2 metals. Generally speaking, Alkali metals will react with hydrochloric acid: X + HCl -----------> XCl + H2 Where X is the alkali metal and will react to form a chloride


Many metals including alkali metals, alkali earth metals, chromium, nickel and zinc react with dilute hydrochloric acid.


Neutralisation, and yes that is how you spell it




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