Which Substances Are Always Produced in an Acid Base Neutralization Reaction?

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The substances that are always produced in an acid and base neutralization reaction are water and salt. There are other substances that may be produced depending on the acid and base used. However, water and salt are consistent.
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The answer is salt + water. To see this, take any random acid and base that are both strong. say HCl (hydrochloric acid) and NaOH (sodium hydroxide) Now look at the reaction: HCl
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When an acid and a base react completely,
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The constituents react in the proportion of equivalent weights, thus making the resulting gram equivalents equal! XOXO ChaCha! more
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