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Neutralization Reactions

If you add an acid and a base together, it seems logical that you’d create 

something that was somewhere in the middle –neutral. This is called a 

neutralization reaction and these reactions can be very important to our

 daily lives.


When an acid and a base are added together, the products of the reaction

are always a type of salt and also water. With certain types of bases, you 

can make carbon dioxide as well.


In order for the neutralization to work fully, the acid and the base must be 

of the same amount and concentration. If they are imbalanced, there

won’t be a neutral solution made.

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Related topics

Chemical-equations                                          Introduction acids

The-PH-scale                                                  Chemical-reactions


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