What Happens When You Mix an Acid with an Alkali?

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When Acids and Alkalis mix, they neutralize each other and the result is salt and water. They are both very reactive and give off heat. Acids are different as some can react and change colour while others do nothing.
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it all depends on what acid you use some can react and others can change colour some do nothing atall
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Although several definitions of acids (and bases) exist, many commonly encountered acids can be characterized as substances that form hydronium ions (H+ in aqueous solution. For example
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Nothing. You get a mixture of IPA and AA. Embed Quote
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Many people think that when a base and an acid are mixed, an explosion occurs. However, what is really happening is heat is being released. Occasionally, this reaction will reach
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It is easy to tell that an acid is neutralized by an alkaline after carrying out a simple acid-base titration. The use of an indicator can tell you when you have the acid and alkali mixed in correct proportions.
When you mix acids which are substances that produce hydrogen ions when dissolved in water for example hydrochloric acid and alkalis which are soluble metal oxides or hydroxides for example sodium hydroxide, the chemical reaction or process results to the formation of a salt and water.
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