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acid + base --> water + salt

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What is the equation for a neutralisation reaction?

The equation for a neutralisation reaction is acid+alkali=neutral this is the correct answer hoped I helped you :)




Ionic equation for neutralisation?

For the most common kind of neutralization, the ionic equation is H+ (aq) + OH- (aq) -> H2O.


Word equation for neutralisation?

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


What is the chemical equation for neutralisation?

H+ + OH- ---->H2OExample=H2SO4 + NaOH ---> Na2SO4 +H2OHNO3 + KOH ---> KNO3 + H2O


What are the uses of neutralisation?

neutralisation is the process of making a substance neutral


Formula for a neutralisation reaction?

neutralisation reaction: n=vm2 + charlotte


What are some examples of neutralisation?

some egsamples of neutralisation is........... =====...... hey im jade


What is neutralisation?

Neutralisation happens when an alkali is neutralised by an acid. The result: salt Example of neutralisation: Sodium hydroxide+hydrochloric acid-----> sodium chloride + water


What is the word equation when acid react with base?

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


What is the General equation for acid reacting with a base?

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



What are the products of hydrocholoric acid and sodium hydroxide?

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.


Hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide makes what?

This is a standard neutralisation reaction, following the equation: Acid + Base ---> Salt + Water In this case the salt will be sodium chloride (NaCl)


What is a neutralisation reaction?

A neutralisation reaction is a reaction between an acid and an alkali, in the correct proportions to produce a neutral salt.


What Neutralisation can do in everyday life?

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


How is sherbet made using neutralisation reaction?

Sherbert is made using neutralisation reaction because it makes the sherbet soft and mushy.


What is the general ionic equation for neutralisation?

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.


When an acid reacts to an alkali is the compound neutralisation?

yes, for example lets say the acid is + and the alkali is -.they cancel each other out resulting to neutralisation.


Why is neutralisation important?

it is important because it is important


May i know 'the word equation for neutralization reaction' and what is the the pH value of it?

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



What is the product of alanine and hydrochloric acid?

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).


Example of neutralisation?

Baking soda (alkali) for an acid stomach


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