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Answered 2012-02-10 01:21:46

An acid/base neutralization reaction produces a salt and water, generally.

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No, a salt and water are formed.



That depends on what they react with. If an acid reacts with a metal the products are usually hydrogen gas and a salt. If one reacts with a base the products are usually water (or a weak acid) and a salt. If an acid reacts with a carbonate the products are carbon dioxide, water, and a salt.


When acid reacts with base salt and water are formed acid+base=salt+water. This process is called neutralization


Salts are compounds formed when an acid and a base react.


The only products formed by the reaction of an acid with a base are salt and water.


The answer is simply in your question. an acid base salt is a salt that is formed when you react a base with an acid.


Yes. An acid-base reaction forms a salt and water. acid+ + base− = salt + water


it is base when it react with water, OH- ion is formed


salt and water. this is the process of neutralization (acid + base = salt + water)



Salts are the products of the reaction between an acid and a base.


In an acid-base neutralization, and acid and base come to form water and a salt. ex. HN03 + NaOH -----> H20 + NaNO3


Salt and water are formed NaOH + HCl --> NaCl + H2O


When a base reacts with a non metal oxide, an acid is formed after the reaction.


When acid and base combine, they give a salt and water. NaOH + HCl -------> NaCl + H2O.


Acid solution decreases the pH if it is added to the water, if the solution contains other some basic species, the acid may react with them. an acid (the H+ donor) reacts with a base (H+ acceptor) if the pka (acid)< pka (base). the pH of the solution depends on the type of acid and base, if the acid and base react with each other the pH of the solution depends on the type of their products, and if they don not react with each other both acid and base determine the pH of the solution.


They do not react based on hard-soft acid base theory. Na+ is a hard acid, Cl-is a hard base, and even if I-were formed, it's a soft base and therefore would not replace Cl-in sodium chloride.


A neutralization reaction in aqueous medium produces a salt and water.


An Alkali is also a base. So, when reacted with an acid forms a salt and water as products


the reaction in which an acid reacts with a base is called neutralization reaction. in a neutralization reaction salt and water is formed. acid+base=salt+h2o in neutralization reaction anion from acid reacts with a cation from base to form salt for eg;hcl+naoh=nacl+h2os


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


It is a base neither acid nor base, because it doesn't react with base nor acid!


Yes. Ammonia is a base. It will react with an acid to form the corresponding ammonium salt.


In general, when an acid and a base react, the product is water and salt. There are various different compounds which include the hydroxide radical, so in the situation which you describe, there are various possible types of salt which can result.