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

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2HF = Acid Ca(OH)2 = Strong base CaF2= Base 2H2O= Depends on what it is reacting with, water can act as an acid or a base in an equation.

The general word equation for salt formation by neutralization is acid + base.

Having the characteristics of an acid and a base and capable of reacting chemically either as an acid or a base.

Chlorine bleach is a base so a base and an acid will give you a salt (or ionic compound) and water. In order to come up with the equation for the reaction, you would need the formula of chlorine bleach and of the acid you are reacting it with.

The general equation for a neutralization reaction is: Acid + Base ----> Water + Salt. Also shown as HX + YOH ----> H2O + YX.

It is acid if reacting with something that add a functional group or and oxygen. If it is in products it is a conjugate base.

a number of measure of proton reacting with a base

Its a chemical change. its like an acid reacting with a base to form salt and water.

Na2O + H2SO4 ---> Na2SO4 + H2O This is balanced, and is called a neutralization reaction. All neutralization reactions involve a base, an acid, and have a result of a salt and water.

Acid, base, Salt, Water Acid + Base --> Salt + Water :)

By reacting it with a proton donor (an acid), forming water and salt.

Neutralization of an acid by a base results in the formation of a salt and water. The general form of the reaction of a monoprotic acid with a base is HA + BOH ==> H2O + BAAn actual example would be hydrochloric acid + sodium hydroxide: HCl + NaOH ==> H2O + NaCl

acid + base > salt + water this is called neutralisation, where the acid is mixed with a base to form a neutral solution

The neutralization of a base, or an acid for that matter, is a chemical property, because you are reacting the base with an acid to change the base into a different compound. For example: NaOH (a strong base) + HNO3 (a strong acid) ---> NaNO3 + H2O

Yes. When reacting with water it is an acid forming oxide: 2NO2 + H2O --> HNO2 + HNO3

When H2O is added to acid it begins to boil due to the strong reaction between the acid and the Base (the water). Don´t add H2O to acids add acid to water. Water is both an acid and a base, when it is reacting with acid it becomes base and reacts with base it becomes acid.

acid + base --> water + salt

in the presence of a base in the presence of an acid when it is in a neutral solution when it is reacting with a metal

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

They can be both reactants AND products:When reacting together they start as reactants: acid A + base BAfter they have reacted the are transformed to products: conjugative base (BA, derived from A) and acid (AB, derived from B) respectively.

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