what is the correct difinition of : acid,base,salt?
Asked by | 1st Apr, 2008, 02:57: PM
An acid is a substance which dissociates in water to give hydrogen ions. So, acids are proton donors.
Base dissolves in water to form hydroxide ions.They are proton acceptors.
Neutral product formed as a result of complete reaction between a strong acid and strong base is called salt.
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