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1

What is produced when an acid and a metal react?

Salt and hydrogen.

2

What is produced when an acid and a carbonate react?

Salt, carbon dioxide and water.

3

What is produced when an acid and a hydrogen carbonate react?

Salt, carbon dioxide and water.

4

What is produced when an acid and a base react?

Salt and water.

5

What is produced when an acid and an alkali react?

Salt and water.

6

When is a salt formed?

When the acidic protons of an acid are replaced by mental ions or the ammonium ions.

7

What are metal oxides generally?

Bases except for a few exceptions that are amphoteric.

8

What are alkalis?

Bases that dissolve in water and the reaction between an acid and an alkali is the same as that between an acid and a base. Alkalis are solutions that contain hydroxide ions.

9

How is ammonia solution (an alkali) reacting with an acid written?

NH3 + HCl -----> NH4Cl (water is omitted)

10

What is a neutralisation reaction?

An exothermic reaction between an acid and an alkali or between an acid and a base to produce salt and water.