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An acid and a base combining is called a neutralization reaction, and it forms salt and water.

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When acid reacts with base salt and water are formed acid+base=salt+water. This process is called neutralization

the reaction which takes place when an acid reacts with a base is called neutralization reaction. For instance,if HCl reacts with NaOH, the products are NaCl and water. Neutralizing an acid with a base would always give salt and water as the only products.

An acid reacts with a base to produce a salt and water.

This reaction is called neutralization; the products are a salt and water.

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

Water is neither an acid nor a base, and water does not "react" with a base. It may dissolve it.

by neutralisation reaction:- when acid reacts with a base then the product is salt and water. acid+base=salt+water

That compound would be a base. Acid + base ==> salt + water.

An acid-base reaction is neutralisation. The products are a neutral salt and water.

No gas. Acid + base --> salt + water only

An acid is a proton donor (donates a hydrogen ion), whereas a base accepts the very same proton. For an acid to react there needs to be a base present, i.e. the acid forms a pair with the base, hence an acid-base reaction. Normally, the acid reacts with a water molecule (which as a matter of fact is an ampholyte, meaning water can react either as an acid or a base) that becomes protonated and is then called oxonium.

Yes, this is correct; the chemical reaction is called neutralization.

This process is called neutralization.

when alkali which can also be called a base reacts with an acid, a salt is usually form plus water. it is called a neutralization reaction.

The reaction between an acid and an alkali is called neutralization. Essentially the hydronium ion of the acid (H+) reacts with the hydroxyl ion of the base (OH-) to form water, a neutral compound.

Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is a base, so when it reacts with sulfuric acid (H2SO4), what we'll see is what is called an acid-base reaction. When an acid reacts with a base, the products are a salt and water. In this case, the product will be sodium sulfate (a salt) and water. The balanced equation is written in this way: 2NaOH + H2SO4 => Na2SO4 + 2H2O

the reaction in which cation or anions of salts reacts with water to produce acid or base is called salt hydrolysis.

When acid reacts with base, this reaction forms water and salt, this proccess is known as neutrilization. and the reverse reaction in which salt reacts with water to form an acid and a base is known as hydrolysis.

A base is not simply a substance that reacts with an acid. A base is a substance that accepts or "steals" a hydrogen ion from an acid or produces hydroxide ions (OH-) in water. A metal does neither of these.