In chemistry, neutralization (US spelling) or neutralisation (UK spelling), is a chemical reaction in which an acid and a base react quantitatively with each other.
When a strong acid and a strong base solution are mixed, a
The process by which acids and bases neutralize each other is essentially a combination of hydrogen ions with hydroxide ions to form water molecuels.
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You will also need to know the ionic equation for neutralisation. ... acid react with
the OH<sup>–</sup>(aq) ions from an alkali, a