What is nuetralisation process?
Asked by Anjali Srivastava | 31st Aug, 2014, 05:04: PM
Neutralisation is a reaction in which acids neutralise bases to form salt and water.
Sodium hydroxide is a base which reacts with an acid like hydrochloric acid to form a salt sodium chloride and water.
NaOH + HCl → NaCl + H2O
Base Hydrochloric acid Sodium chloride Water
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 31st Aug, 2014, 05:17: PM
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