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What are the two products formed when acid reacts with alkali?


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Answered 2014-12-21 05:16:22

An acid reacts with an alkali to form an salt and water. This is a neutralisation reaction.acid + alkali -> salt + water

The kind of salt that is formed, will depend on the relative strengths of the acid and the alkali.



This type of reactions are called neutralization reactions. They form salt and water. NaCl, MgCl2, KCi are few salts.

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Answered 2014-12-18 18:29:39

An acid reacts with an alkali to form an salt and water. This is a neutralisation reaction.acid + alkali -> salt + water

The kind of salt that is formed, will depend on the relative strengths of the acid and the alkali.

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Answered 2014-12-21 05:16:22

This type of reactions are called neutralization reactions. They form salt and water. NaCl, MgCl2, KCi are few salts.

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Answered 2016-07-30 20:27:20

A typical reaction is:
NaOH + HCl = NaCl + H2O
The products are a salt and water.

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Answered 2020-04-07 17:29:02

gasses and liguid

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Answered 2020-09-20 19:10:13

salt sugar

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when acid reacts with a alkali we get a salt and water



when an acid reacts to an alkali the products are a salt and water


when an acid reacts with an alkali(soluble base) salt and water are formed equation:- NaOH+HCL----->NaCL+h2O



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.


When an acid reacts with an alkali, it forms a salt along with water. For example, when hydrochloric acid reacts with sodium hyroxide(an alkali), it forms sodium chloride(common table salt) & water.


The products are a salt of calcium, carbon dioxide and water.


Some salt and water, and maybe some other products


Salt and water are formed NaOH + HCl --> NaCl + H2O


That depends on what they react with. If an acid reacts with a metal the products are usually hydrogen gas and a salt. If one reacts with a base the products are usually water (or a weak acid) and a salt. If an acid reacts with a carbonate the products are carbon dioxide, water, and a salt.


When an acid reacts with an alkali (or vice versa) it is called neutralisation.





HCl is Hydrochloric acid, it is formed with the combination of Hydrogen and Chlorine gases. It will react with nearly all alkali/bases as it is a strong acid.


A salt and water. For example in the reaction if the acid is Hydrochloric acid and the alkali is Sodium Hydroxide the products are Sodium chloride - the salt - and water.


The products of the neutralization reaction are a salt and water.


Basically, it is where an acid (red) reacts with an alkali (blue) to create a neutral (green)


Depends on the acid and alkali. But in most cases Hydrogen or Carbon Dioxide.


the reaction in which an acid reacts with a base is called neutralization reaction. in a neutralization reaction salt and water is formed. acid+base=salt+h2o in neutralization reaction anion from acid reacts with a cation from base to form salt for eg;hcl+naoh=nacl+h2os


Hydrogen gas is formed when magnesium reacts with dilute sulphuric acid.


Calcium Sulphate is formed when calcium hydroxide reacts with sulphuric acid


yes, for example lets say the acid is + and the alkali is -.they cancel each other out resulting to neutralisation.



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