If the pHs equal each other out, they produce a salt and water.
when an acid and a base is mixed together it produces water and salt. acid+base=water+salt
Salt + Water.
usually salt and water!
When an acid and a base are mixed it will give rise to a salt and water. For example HCl reacts with NaOH to give NaCl and H2O. The basic formula for the reaction of an acid and base is: HA + BOH ----> AB + H2O [acid] [base] [salt] [water]
HPO4-2 is an acid and a base. however when mixed with NO2- (Base) then HPO4-2 must be an acid.
Water vapor is produced when baking soda and hydrochloric acid are mixed.
NH2CH3 can be an acid or a base depending on what it is mixed with.
Sodium citrate (Na3C6H5O7) is produced when citric acid is mixed with sodium hydroxide.
The product of an acid and base is always a salt and (or not) water.
Acid base salt
Vinegar is an acid because when mixed with a base such as baking soda it will fizz.
If acid & base are combined a neutal substance is produced.
that will neutralize each other. If you spill a base pour acid on it and if you spill an acid pour a base on it to neutralize them.
A buffer results when a weak acid or weak base and the conjugate base or acid respectively are mixed. Example: weak acid + salt of that acid. weak base + salt of that base.Acetic acid + sodium acetateAmmonia + ammonium chloride
acid + base > salt + water this is called neutralisation, where the acid is mixed with a base to form a neutral solution
The H+ ions in the acid react with the OH- in the alkali (base). Acid + base > salt + water.
When acid and base are mixed, they neutralize the reaction and salt and water are formed.
This compound is the carbonic acid - H2CO3.
It usually depends on the strenght of the acid and base mixed. If you have a weak acid and a strong based mixed, you have neutralization reaction, in which H+ in acid is being neutralized by OH- in the base. Mixing a weak base and a strong acid does opposite, OH- is nutralized by H+. Usually these reactions are not complete and you have an equilibrium reactions. If both an acid and a base a strong you have a complete reaction in which water and salt are formed.
when an acid and a base combine, salt and water are formed. This process of reaction of an acid and base is called neutralisation.
A conjugant acid.
Acid and Alkaline
it will disolve