N1*V1 = N2*V2 (where N1 & N2 are the normality of respective acid or base while V1 & V2 is their respective volume).
neutralisation reaction: n=vm2 + charlotte
A neutralisation reaction is a reaction between an acid and an alkali, in the correct proportions to produce a neutral salt.
The equation for a neutralisation reaction is acid+alkali=neutral this is the correct answer hoped I helped you :)
Yes it can
Sherbert is made using neutralisation reaction because it makes the sherbet soft and mushy.
its called the neutralisation reaction
a neutralisation reaction
Because it doesnt have water
Yes. A reaction does take place in neutralisation.
Basically neutralisation meansi t is a reaction between an acid and a baseto give neutral product i.e. neither acidic or basic is called neutralisation reaction. There are manny applications of neutralisation reactions. they are: In human beings agriculture soap industry textile industry food industry
It is a neutralisation reaction, it is also an exothermic reaction.
it is a neutralisation reaction formed from an acid + base
It turns green on neutralisation reaction.
In a neutralization reaction we use an acid and a base.
when there is an equal mix of acid and alkali
when acid reacts with an alkali its products formed are salt and water only. for ex. NaOH + HCl = NaCl + H2O(water) this reaction is called as neutralisation reaction.
A Neutralisation reaction occurs :D