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If an acid is combined with a base of equal strength the result will most likely be?
What is a film-like substance that is formed from the acid that results from the combination of sugars and bacteria?
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I would say... maybe in the kitchen, in a lemon, or in some sour candy? There could also be acids or bases in liquid dishwashing soap. I, myself, am just guessing but i think …im right. Hope I helped you!
acids and bases when combined neutralize one another and forms salt and water.
Neutralization,forming of salt and water
it becomes a neutral liquid, but it depends on the acidity and the basicness and the volume of each.
when on acid reocts with a base in an acid -base reaction, the result is a salt and water.
You get water and a salt, which is neutral.
salt and water
A neutral substance.
On a scale of 1-14 measuring the concentrations of Ph and POh.
It depends on the pH level. Water is consider neutral at a pH of 7. Anything stronger (greater than 7) is considered basic and anything weaker is considered acidic.
Water and Salt if you are using hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide. HCl+NaOH-->H2O+NaCl These are the most common strong acid and strong base. All strong acid/base reacti…ons will lead to a double displacement reaction. Weak acids(carbonic acid, etc.) and weak bases(ammonia) will not fully ionize and will normally create a non-neutral(pH that is not 7) substance.
when an acid and a base combine, salt and water are formed. This process of reaction of an acid and base is called neutralisation.
The most obvious effect is the emission of carbon dioxide.