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Neutralisation substances have either acidic, basic or neutral properties.
When an acid is mixed with a base in the right proportion, they neutralise the effect of each other. That means the acidic nature of the acid and the basic nature of the base are destroyed. This reaction is called ___
The reaction between hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide, phenolphthalein is added as an
Phenolphthalein is pink in sodium hydroxide. What is the color change when hydrochloric acid is added to it?
It remains in the same pink color.
It turns to Pale pink and then to colourless solution.
It turns to colourless solution
Neutralisation is not useful in our daily life.
An ant’s sting gives a lot of pain due to
Excessive use of chemical fertilisers makes soil acidic. Neutralising the soil with a base like quick lime, which is calcium oxide, or
Our stomach contains hydrochloric acid.To relieve indigestion of food what should we intake?
Milk of Magnesia
The neutralisation reaction between hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide can be written as
Hydrochloric acid + Sodium hydroxide → calcium chloride + carbonhydroxide
Hydrochloric acid +Sodium hydroxide → Potassium chloride + Water
Hydrochloric acid + Sodium hydroxide → Sodium chloride + Water
Sodium hydroxide + Water → Sodium chloride + Hydrochloric acid
What is is applied on the skin when an ant bites.
calcium hydroxide (lime water).
milk of magnesia
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