Acids + Alkalis, Metals, Carbonates and Bases

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Acids + Carbonates

Acid + Carbonate

Acids + Carbonates ---> Salt + Carbon dioxide + Water

The salt, and its name, depends on the carbonate and acid used in the reaction. The salt formed is the metal part of the carbonate and the acid without its H+ ion

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Acids + Alkalis

Acid + Alkalis

Acids + Alkalis ---> Salt + Water

The salt, and its name, depends on the alkali and acid used in the reaction, The slat formed is the metallic part of the alkali and the acid without its H+ ion.

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Acids + Bases or Ammonium

Acid + Bases or Ammonium

Acids + Bases --> Salt + Water

The salt, and its name, depends on the base and the acid in the reaction. The salt formed is the When the H+ on of the acid is replaced by a metal ion or NH4+

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Acids + Metals

Acids + Metals

Acid + Metal ----> Salt + Hydrogen

The salt, and its name, depends on the metal and acid used in the reaction. The Metal will replace the H+ ion of the acid.

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