it creates salt and water
it is insoluble in acid, since aspirin is a weak base, thus won't react with an acid, thus insoluble
They form water and a salt which is either soluble thus ionised, or as insoluble precipitate.
They react by forming water and a salt which is either soluble thus ionised, or as insoluble precipitate.
Bases do not have to be soluble to react with acids. Chalk (calcium carbonate) is a base and is insoluble. If pieces of chalk are added to acid it will react to produce a salt, water and carbon dioxide gas (these are the bubble you see). Copper oxide is another insoluble base, if added to acid it will form a salt and water (no bubbles of gas will be observed in this case)
they form a neutralized substance.They form the salt.
A strong acid dissolves to form H+ and an anion, and a strong base dissolves in water to form OH- and a cation. When they react, the H+ and OH- react, forming water (and usually a large amount of heat) the anion and cation may either react to form a precipitate (if the reaction yields an insoluble compound) or they remain suspended (if their compound would yield an already soluble compound). A strong acid when react with a strong base, a neutral compound is formed with the evolution of heat.
Called an 'acid base' reaction or a 'proton transfer' reaction.Only when a precipitate (of an insoluble salt) is formed, it is called a 'salt formation' reaction.
salt and water are produced, usually with a release of heat.
The acid / base neutralization reaction is exothermic, so heath is produced, temperature will go up when adiabatic
Talk is an insoluble solid.
Acid or base is solute friendly.
They react and cancel each other out. The process is called neutralization and it causes them to cancel out.
It is a base neither acid nor base, because it doesn't react with base nor acid!
Yes. Ammonia is a base. It will react with an acid to form the corresponding ammonium salt.
- Alkalis,such as sodium hydroxide, are soluble bases. Metal oxides, such as copper(II) hydroxide, are insoluble bases. Insoluble bases also react with acids to form salts and water.- In general,acid + base ----> salt + water- NEUTRALISATION is the reaction between an acid and a base to form salt and water only.- An alkali react with an acid in a reaction called a neutralisation reaction. Neutralisation reactions are studied above.- Hydrochloric acid (an acid) is being added to sodium hyroxide (an alkali).*this have to use an indicator. the colour of the indicator will decrease to become neutral.
In simple words acid base titration is a titration in which acid and base react..
Yes it can react to form Ammonium salts
There are many things with a base could react. A base could react with an acid or foods for example.
Salts are prepared by a reaction between an acid and a base; the insoluble salt is a precipitate.
acid+ base= salt + water
Aluminium is not an acid or a base, but it does react with both acids and alkalis.
A base will react with an acid.
an acid will react easily with base, not with another acid (generally) so sulphuric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide (a base) and not with hydrochloric acid
Magnesium does not seem to react with dilute aqueous alkalis or bases. However, it does react with acids like sulfuric acid by dissolving in it.
An acid and a base react to form water and a salt