The equation for a neutralisation reaction is acid+alkali=neutral this is the correct answer hoped I helped you :)
HCl + NaOH -----> H2O + NaCl
Acid + Base => Salt + Water
For the most common kind of neutralization, the ionic equation is H+ (aq) + OH- (aq) -> H2O.
Acid, base, Salt, Water Acid + Base --> Salt + Water :)
H+ + OH- ---->H2OExample=H2SO4 + NaOH ---> Na2SO4 +H2OHNO3 + KOH ---> KNO3 + H2O
neutralisation is the process of making a substance neutral
neutralisation reaction: n=vm2 + charlotte
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Neutralisation happens when an alkali is neutralised by an acid. The result: salt Example of neutralisation: Sodium hydroxide+hydrochloric acid-----> sodium chloride + water
acid + base > salt + water this is called neutralisation, where the acid is mixed with a base to form a neutral solution
by neutralisation reaction:- when acid reacts with a base then the product is salt and water. acid+base=salt+water
Because it doesnt have water
HCl + NaOH --> NaCl + H2O This is an equation for the formation of a salt. When you add an acid to a base you get a salt plus water. It is called neutralisation.
This is a standard neutralisation reaction, following the equation: Acid + Base ---> Salt + Water In this case the salt will be sodium chloride (NaCl)
A neutralisation reaction is a reaction between an acid and an alkali, in the correct proportions to produce a neutral salt.
Basically neutralisation meansi t is a reaction between an acid and a baseto give neutral product i.e. neither acidic or basic is called neutralisation reaction. There are manny applications of neutralisation reactions. they are: In human beings agriculture soap industry textile industry food industry
Sherbert is made using neutralisation reaction because it makes the sherbet soft and mushy.
H + H + O = H20 Change the = to an arrow. If you want to include state symbols, then it is (aq) for the reactants and (l) for water. It becomes H2O as there are 2 hydrogen.
yes, for example lets say the acid is + and the alkali is -.they cancel each other out resulting to neutralisation.
it is important because it is important
The pH value of neutralisation is pH7 because pH1 is a strong acid, pH14 is a strong alkali. However I to am trying to find the word equation as I have a test tomorrow that I need to revise for. Good luck hope this has helped
Since in this case the alanine will behave as a base, the equation will be: CH3CH(NH2)COOH + HCl -> H2O + CH3CH(NH2)COCl As it's a neutralisation reaction (products must be water and a salt).
Baking soda (alkali) for an acid stomach