Chlorides are salts of the hydrochloric acid (HCl).
deff not sodium
Nitric acid, HNO3.
it results in hydrogen gas and sodium chloride.
When zinc reacts with hydrochloric acid it produces zinc chloride and hydrogen gas.
Hydrogen chloride can emit protons to the medium. It is not a salt but a strong acid.
Both ammonium nitrate and calcium chloride are salts, as they are ionic compounds that can be produced from an acid-base reaction. Neither is the salt we put on our food, however. Table salt is sodium chloride.
Acids and bases neutralize each other. This is pretty obvious, as you probably know an acid donates H+ ions, while bases accepted them. An reaction between an acid and base would produce the salt of the two. Sulfuric acid produces sulfate salts, nitric acid produces nitrite salts, hydrochloric acid produces chloride salts, etc. The salt is not alkaline nor acidic, just neutral.
Chlorides are salts derived from hydrochloric acid, containing the anion chloride (Cl-).
This is the sulfuric acid - H2SO4.
Nitric acid, HNO3.
A salt is a compound formed when the hydrogen of an acid is replaced by a metal. Hydrochloric acid produces chlorides such as sodium chloride. Nitric acid makes nitrates such as potassium nitrate. Sulfuric acid gives sulfates such as magnesium sulfate.
Chlorides are salts of hydrochloric acid.
Salts are the products of reactions between an acid and a base. The name is formed from the name of the metal in the base and the name of the anion in the acid (with the suffix -ide, -ate). Example: sodium chloride
Hydrochloric acid is the water solution of hydrogen chloride (HCl). The salts are called chlorides.
The salts that are soluble in hydrochloric acid are called Chlorides. When a metal such as Zinc is dissolved in HCL it forms a salt Zinc Chloride.
Chlorides are the products of the reactions between hydrocloric acid and a base.
Reaction is: C6H5COCl + H2O → C6H5CO2H + HCl So it produces benzoic acid and hydrochlorid acid
A salt is a compound resulted from the reaction between a base and an acid. Examples: calcium chloride, sodium iodide, potassium acetate.