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potassium hydroxide+hydrochloric

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potassium chloride + water .


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


A hydroxide refers to the OH- polyatomic ion and is formed when an oxygen makes a covalent bond with one hydrogen (however you would not see such ions free in nature as they would more probably be in compounds). Potassium hydroxide (KOH) is formed when Potassium forms ionic bonds with OH- ions while Potassium Oxide (K2O) is formed when potassium forms ionic bonds with the Oxide (O2-) ions. Hydrochloric acid + Potassium Hydroxide ---> Potassium Chloride + Water i.e. HCl(aq) + KOH (aq) ----> KCl (aq) + H2O (l) This reaction is a neutralization reaction and occurs when an acid (HCl) reacts with a base (KOH).


The salt formed by potassium hydroxide and sulphuric acid is potassium sulphate (K2SO4). Though if potassium hydroxide is the limiting reagent potassium bisulphate (KHSO4) will also form.




Any taste; potassium is very corrosive (potassium hydroxide is formed after the contact with water). I don't recommend to eat potassium (or the hydroxide) - this is a method of suicide.


When potassium oxide is dissolved in water it forms potassium hydroxide.





Yes, Potassium carbonate is a salt formed as a result of the reaction of potassium hydroxide with carbon dioxide.


it is formed by mixing hydrochloric acid in sodium hydroxide. Naoh+Hcl=Nacl+H2o


No lye is sodium hydroxide or, in some cases, potassium hydroxide. Both sodium and potassium are metals.


It is an acidic salt formed from hydrochloric acid and Ammonium Hydroxide.


When potassium metal or potassium oxide is added in water potassium hydroxide is formed which may be crystallised out by evaporation, 2K + 2H2O = 2KOH + H2 or K2O + H2O = 2KOH


when sulphuric acid is reacted with potassium hydroxide, neutrallisation reaction occurs to form water and potassium sulphate.


Potassium bromide (KBr) is a white solid formed by the reaction of potassium hydroxide and bromine.


The potassium metal, on contact with the water, takes a hydrogen atom from it and releases it as a gas, which then ignites from the reaction's heat. Then, the potassium combines with the hydroxide ion it had formed and creates potassium hydroxide, which then dissolves into the unreacted water.


No, a sodium hydroxide solution results. Sodium chloride would be the produce of sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid.


Reaction as follows: KOH + HNO3 --> KNO3 + H2O Potassium nitrate is formed in this.


Sodium chloride is formed from Sodium and Chlorine. You can make it by reacting Sodium Hydroxide with Hydrochloric acid.


When an acid reacts with a base the result is a salt and water.Here are a couple of examples:Hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide yield table salt and water. HCl + NaOH => NaCl + H2OSulfuric acid and potassium hydroxide yield potassium sulfate and water. H2SO4 + 2KOH => K2SO4 + 2H2O


The neutralization reaction of sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid will form sodium chloride (common salt) and water. NaOH +HCl --> NaCl+ H2O