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Answered 2009-11-22 00:00:08

KOH (potassium hydroxide) is a strong base. HCL (Hydrochloric acid) is a strong acid.

Both species almost completely dissociate in H2O solution.

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What do you get if you add KOH with HCL?

KOH + HCl ===> KCl + H2O


What is the chemical reaction between hcl plus koh?

KOH + HCl ---> KCl + H2O


What is the double displacement reaction of KOH HCl?

The reaction is: KOH + HCl = KCl + H2O


What is the neutralization reaction for HCl and KOH?

HCL(aq) + KOH(aq) --> H2O(l) +KCL(aq)


What is the balanced equation for HCl plus KOH-- KCl plus H2O?

HCl + KOH -----> KCl + H2O


What are the products of the neutralization reaction of KOH with HCl?

Potassium chloride and water result from this reaction: KOH + HCl = KCl + H2O


What acid react with KOH to produce the salt KCl?

The reaction is:KOH + HCl = KCl + H2OHCl is hydrogen chloride.


What is the product of KOH plus HCl?

HCl + KOH --> KCl + H2O Hydrochloric Acid + Potassium Hydroxide --> Potassium Chloride + Water.


How many milliliters of 0.45M HCl will neutrilize 25.0mL of 1.00M KOH?

You have : --------------------------------------… V sub 0.45M HCl = ( V sub 1.00M KOH ) ( M sub KOH / M sub HCl ) V sub 0.45 HCl = ( 25.0 ) ( 1.00 / 0.45 ) = 55.56 mL <-----------------------


Is KOH plus HCl equals H2O plus KCl is it a chemical reation?

yes, it is a chemical reaction KOH+HCl===> KCl+ H2O


What kind of reaction is the addition of KOH to HCl?

KOH + HCl -> KCl + H2O This is a neutralization reaction. You know because it produces water and a salt.


How do you make potassium chloride with H20?

When KOH reacts with HCl, these products are formed. This is a neutralization reaction. KOH is a base while HCl is an acid.


Calculate how much 0.100 M HCl is needed to neutralize completely 20.0 ml of 0.545 M KOH?

KOH + HCl -> KCl + H2O (one to one to completely react) (0.545 M KOH * 20mL)/0.1 M = mL HCl (0.1M) <109 mL HCl> <Shorthand>


How is KCl a salt?

A salt is the product of the reaction between a base and an acid; potassium chloride may be obtained from HCl and KOH: HCl + KOH = KCl + H2O


What is the chemical reaction between HCI and KOH?

The chemical reaction is:KOH + HCl = KCl + H2O


How many milliliters of 0.142 M HCl would be required to titrate 4.44 g KOH?

4.44 g KOH x 1 mole KOH/56 g = 0.0793 moles KOH(x L)(0.142 mole/L) = 0.0793 molesx = 0.558 L = 558 mls neededHCl + KOH ==> KCl + H2O


What salt would form from HCl and KOH?

KCl


What makes KCl a salt and why?

A salt is the product of the reaction between a base and an acid; potassium chloride may be obtained from HCl and KOH: HCl + KOH = KCl + H2O


What is left when a base is neutralize?

Water and a salt (a salt referring to any ionic compound). An example would be HCl neutralizing KOH. HCl+KOH-->H2O+KCl


What acid reacts with KOH to produce to salt KCI?

Hydrochloric acid will... HCl + KOH = KCl + H2O


65 ml of hcl is titrated with a solution of 0.15 m koh it requires 44 ml of koh to reach the equivalence point what is the concentration m of the hcl solution?

0.1


The substances produced when KOH aq neutralizes HCl aq are?

KOH (aq) + HCl (aq) = KCl (aq) + H20 so potassium chloride and water - KCl solution


How many milliliters of 0.103 M HCl would be required to titrate 6.46 g KOH?

6.46g(KOH) / 56.108 g/mol(KOH) = 0.1151 mol(KOH) = 0.1151 mol(OH-) , which needs of the titrant the same amount of acid, so:0.1151 mol H+ = 0.1151 mol(HCl) / 0.103 mol(HCl)/L(titrant) = 1.118 L of this titrant ( 0.103 M HCl)= 1118 ml


Is KCL an acid or a base?

It is a neutral salt from KOH and HCl


What is potassium chloride and water?

KCl+H2O--->KOH+HCl