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ammonia is basic gas and when it reacts with sulphuric acid which is acidic in nature it produces Ammonium sulphate , but this reaction is not an example of neutralization reaction (it does not produces acid and base)?
Asked by shivanshrathore964 | 08 Aug, 2020, 09:36: PM
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Dear Student,
 
The definition of acid-bases that we have studied in 10th is the theory by Arheius, According to this theory, Compounds which releases H+ ion in aqueous solutioin are acids and compounds which releases OH- are known as bases.
According to this definition NH3 can not be considered as base so there is another concept that was given by Brosnsted-Lowry, it is called Bronsted-Lowry concept, Compounds which accepts H+ ions are known as bases. you will study about this concept in Class Xi in 'Ionic Eqilibrium' chapter. So, At this level it is not included in neutralisation. 
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