Acids + Metals/Akalis/Carbonates and Bases

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What does the metal replace in an Acid + Metal reaction?
It replaces the H+ ion
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What, other than Salt, is formed in an Acid + Metal reaction?
It produces Hydrogen
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What is the equation for a acid metal reaction?
Acid + Metal --> Salt + Hydrogen
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What does a base or Ammonium replace in an acid base reaction?
It replaces the H+ ion
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What, other than Salt, is formed in an Acid + Base reaction?
It produces Water
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What is the equation for a acid base reaction?
Acid + Base --> Salt + Water
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What part of the alkali replaces the H+ of an ion in a Acid + Alkali reaction?
The metallic part of the alkali replaces the H+ ion
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What, other than Salt, is formed in an Acid + Alkali reaction?
It produces Water
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What is the equation for a acid alkali reaction?
Acid + Alkali --> Salt + Water
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What part of the carbonate replaces the H+ of an ion in a Acid + Carbonate reaction?
The metallic part of the carbonate replaces the H+ ion
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What, other than Salt, is formed in an Acid + Carbonate reaction?
It produces Water and Carbon Dioxide
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What is the equation for a acid carbonate reaction?
Acid + Carbonate --> Salt + Water + Carbon Dioxide
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It produces Hydrogen

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