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What would you use to neutralise an acid?

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posted Jun 21, 2016 by Pushpak Chauhan

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There are two types of acids: mineral (inorganic) acids such as sulfuric, hydrochloric or nitric, and carboxylic (organic) acids such as formic or acetic. Bases, also called alkaline compounds, have a bitter or astringent taste and a pH greater than 7. Use a weak acid to neutralize bases

answer Jun 21, 2016 by Kapil Kumar
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