salt and water. this is the process of neutralization (acid + base = salt + 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.
Zinc react with acids and bases.Iron react with acids but not with bases.
Acids is a substance that has the following properties. *Acids have sour taste. *Acids cause color changes in plant dyes * Acids react with certain metals,such as Zinc,Aluminum,and Magnesium, to produce hydrogen gas. Base have a bitter taste. Base feel slippery. Base react with acids to produce salts and water. Base are corrosive.
Aluminium is not an acid or a base, but it does react with both acids and alkalis.
A salt is produced when an acid and a base react each other.
acids and bases react to form salt and water
Only if a base has been mixed in with the water.
Yes, it is correct.
Alcohols can react as acids but also as bases.
In a neutralization reaction, an acid will react with a base to form a salt and water.
Titration is when an acid and base react to form a neutral solution of water and a salt. The process when an acid and a base react is known as neutralization.
Salts are compounds formed when an acid and a base react.
it is base when it react with water, OH- ion is formed
generally they do not react as acids do not want to react with other acids but if they were to react the stronger acid would attach the fatty acids hydoxide that is part of the carboxyl group.
After this reaction a salt, carbon dioxide and water are formed.
A salt compound is formed when acids react chemically with bases, they form a class of compounds called salts.
it reacts when dilution of spgit54 secular base action,detectect on it..
The strong acids turn into weak acids or I guess the acid does not react sense water is a base and bases are what deactivates the acids or clams them down. So basically water is base and when you put a base to a strong acid it calms it down.
hydroxide ions are formed by bases and hydronium ions are formed by acids.
No. Nucleic acids are formed by a sugar (ribose or deoxyribose), a phosphate group and nitrogen base (purines and pyrimidines).
No, a salt and water are formed.
Silver does not usually react with acids but it will react with some of the more strongly oxidizing acids such as nitric acid.
For example acids react with metals, bases, salts.
No. Silicates do not easily react with acids.
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