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The product of this reaction is salt:
NaOH + HCl = NaCl + H2O


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Salt and Water is formed. Acid + Base = Salt + Water Hydrochloric acid + Sodium hydroxide = Sodium Chloride + Water HCI + NaOH = NaCI + H2O

You get salt (NaCl) and water H2O

The products are salt and water.NaOH + HCl = NaCl + H2O

NaOH + HCl --> NaCl + H2OWith the reaction of a strong base and a strong acid, a neutralization reaction, one sees a salt, sodium chloride here, and water.

Given: 27 mL of NaOH, 0.45M; 20 mL HCI Need: M of HCI 27 ml NaOH*(1 L NaOH/1000mL NaOH)*(0.45M NaOH/1L NaOH)*(1mole HCI/1 mole NaOH)=0.012 0.012/0.02=0.607 M HCI (or rounded 0.61 M HCI)

First, its HCl, with a lowercase L, not HCI. The reaction is HCl + NaOH --> H2O + NaCl

This neutralization reaction is:NaOH + HCl = NaCl + H2O

NaOH and HCl are the reactants; water and ammonium chloride are the products.

The reaction is:NaOH + HCl = NaCl + H2O

There is are no such things as HCI or HaOH I think you mean HCl (with a lowercase L) and NaOH (with an N) What you are looking for is a partially neutralized salt of a polyprotic acid. Some possible salts include: sodium bicarbonate, NaHCO3 potassium dihydrogen phosphate, KH2PO4 lithium hydrogen phosphate, Li2HPO4 sodium hydrogen oxalate NaHC2O4 The metal ion doesn't matter much.

HCl is a compound. It is formed by hydrogen and chlorine present in periodic table.

When Hydrochloric Acid is added to Zinc, a product called zinc chloride is formed. Additionally, hydrogen gas (H2) is formed, by an immediate reaction.

This will yield hydrogen gas (h2) and magnesium chloride( a water soluble salt)

There is no such thing as HCI HCl (with an L, not an I) is polar.

The pH of a .1M solution of HCI is 1. HCI is a strong elctrolyte, -log(.1)=1 Answer from

A solution with a substance of 8.5 would be basic not acidic. NaOH would most likely cause this pH as it is a base whereas the reaction between HCl and water would cause a very stong acid.

Sodium Hydroxide + Hydrochloric Acid -----> Sodium Chloride + WaterNaOH + HCl -----> NaCl + H2OProducts are Sodium Chloride and Water.

HCI is Hydrogen (H), Carbon (C) and Iodine (I). Therefore, you have three elements in one molecule of HCI. Although, HCI is not balanced, so, that would actually be an ion, with negative charge.

First of all there is no such thing as "hci". I believe that you mean HCl, which is Hydrogen + Chlorine. Secondly, it is not an element, but rather a compound formed from two different elements- namely H and Cl. This particular compound is refered to as hydrochloric acid. Hope that helps!

HCL=36 if that's what you meant HCI=163

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