Neutralisation

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What are the state symbols?
Solid(s). Liquid(l). Gas(g). Dissolved in water-aqueous solution(aq).
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What do neutralisation reactions form?
A salt and water.
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What do acids produce in aqueous solutions?
Hydrogen ions (H+)
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What do alkali produce in aqueous solutions?
Hydroxide ions (OH-)
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What is the end point of a neutralisation reaction?
When the acid and alkali have completely reacted.
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What indicator is used to find the end point?
Phenolphthalein.
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What is added to remove phenolphthalein after it has done its job?
Activated charcoal.
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