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An acid salt has the pH in water solution under 7; and is inverse for a basic salt.


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The water solution of a normal salt is neutral. The ions are not hydrolysed. Thee water solution of an acid salt has the pH under 7.The acid salts are also the products of reactions between an acid and a base, but the neutralization is only partially.

Boric acid is an acid. Borax is the sodium salt of that acid.

An acid and a base could to told apart by litmus paper and salt can be used in foods (depending on the type of salt)

Sodium hydrogen phosphate is an acid.

Low sodium salt is a mixture of sodium chloride and potassium chloride, but the normal salt is only sodium chloride.

Sodium chloride is NaCl (a salt of hydrochloric acid) and sodium carbonate is Na2CO3 (a salt of carbonic acid).

Potassium chloride is a neutral salt.

When mixing an acid and a base you will get a salt and water solution (But this is not the normal water that you would drink or, the normal salt you would put on your chips) . Here is the word equation; acid+ base= salt+ water.

The only real difference is that salt water has salt. The implications of this are that salt water has a lower freezing point than normal water, and that drinking it in significant amounts is fatal.

Actually, it will probably tend to form basic salts. Ethanoic acid is a weak acid, so when it reacts with a strong base, it will form a basic salt.

Sodium citrate is the sodium salt of citric acid. Sodium Citrate Dihydrate is the sodium salt of citric acid combined with 2 water molecules.

In neuralization acid and base are reactant.....As compare to hydrolysis salt and water are reactant

Normal popcorn has salt added whereas kettle corn is sweet.

An acid is part of the reaction to which salt is used to form sodium chloride.

Given the general equation:acid + metal ---> salt + waterSo, the only difference between a reaction with a metal and hydrochloric acid or sulfuric acid is the salt formed, a chloride and a sulfate respectively.

The difference is salt has more flavor on things and no salt makes it tasteless.. and also one has NO salt.

A salt is the product of a reaction between a base and an acid.

A salt is the product of the reaction between an acid and a base.

A salt is the product of the reaction between an acid and a base.

A salt is the product between an acid and a base.

A salt is the product between an acid and a base.

No, there won't be reaction between any weak acid (acetic acid, CH3COOH) reacting with a salt of any strong acid (NaCl is chloride salt of HCl, strong acid).

Not as much as I would of thought. Normal water freezes at 0 degrees and lower. Salt water freezes at about -2digrees,(-1.93 to be exact)

Reaction between an acid and a metal is usally, salt and hydrogen. So i think the reaction between chlorine and acid forms a salt and a gas.

Acid + alcohol reacts to give ester and water (esterification) Acid + base reacts to give salt and water (neutralisation)

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