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Transcript of Making salts
Acid + base → salt + water
The name of the salt produced can be predicted.
If the acid is hydrochloric acid, the salt will be a chloride.
If the acid is nitric acid, the salt will be a nitrate.
If the acid is sulfuric acid, the salt will be a sulfate.
The first part of the name is always the metal that is part of the base.
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When an alkali is added to an acid, the pH of the mixture rises as the alkali reacts with it forming neutral products. An acid added to an alkali causes the pH to fall because the alkali is removed by reaction with the acid.
A reaction in which acidity or alkalinity is removed is called neutralisation. A neutralisation involving an acid and a base (or alkali) always produces salt and water (and nothing else).
Explain 'what is oxidation' to the person next to you. They must write down what you say
To know how to make and name salts
26th October 2016