The examples of the alkali are the washing products, soap, shampoo, and the washing up liquids.
An Alkali is a base which dissolves in water. Its examples are NaOH, KOH.
Examples: hydroxides of alkali metals.
Alkali metals are located in group 1 (the first column of the periodic table of elements from the left). Lithium, sodium, and potassium are examples.
strong acids and alkali
acid is alkali and one base is ammonia
Yes, a water soluble base is an alkali. Examples are :- NaOH, KOH etc.
These salts are weak electrolytes: examples are acetates, formates etc. of alkali metals.
acid , being given a alkali
Strong bases. They are alkali metal hydroxides.
Alkali metals are in the first column of the periodic table, but do not include Hydrogen. The alkali metal family is composed of Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Rubidium, Cesium and Francium. An example of an alkali metal is Sodium (Na).
Examples: alkali metals, alkali earth metals, noble gases, platinum metals, halogens, etc.
Very reactive elements are alkali metals and halogens.
Examples are: NH4OH, Zn(OH)2, C5H5N.
Examples of alkali metals are found in Group 1A (aka Group 1) of the periodic table (excluding hydrogen if hydrogen is found listed under Group 1A/Group1 on your version of the periodic table). Therefore: Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs and Fr are examples of alkali metals.
An alkali is a base in an aqueous solution. It is also a proton acceptor, that is it readily gains H+ ions. Examples of alkalis include NaOH (Sodium Hydroxide), NH3(Ammonia) and KOH (Potassium Hydroxide). Anything that disassociates in solution to make a positive ion plus an OH- ion can be classed as an alkali.
The alkali metals are: lithium, sodium, potassium, caesium, rubidium, francium.
Some great examples could be : alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, halogens, or noble/inert gases.
Examples: chlorides, sulfates, carbonates of alkali metals, nitrates etc.
Examples: halides of alkali metals, nitrates, sulfates of many metals, iodates etc.
Examples of soft metals: alkali metals, calcium, gallium, lead, bismuth etc.
In some cases yes but alkali metals are elements that have 2 valence electrons so they are very reactive. Some examples are Calcium and Radium.
Examples: alkali metals, calcium, strontium, etc.