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With the Help of Suitable Examples Explain the Term Neutralization and the Formation of – (I) Acidic, (Ii) Basic and (Iii) Neutral Salts - Types of Double Displacement: Neutralization Reaction

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With the help of suitable examples explain the term neutralization and the formation of – 
(i) acidic,  
(ii) basic and  
(iii) neutral salts

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Neutralization is a type of chemical reaction in which an acid and base react to form salt and water with the evolution of heat. i) When neutralization of a strong acid with a weak base takes place, it leads to the formation of acidic salt.
\[\ce{HCl +NH4OH -> NH4Cl  +H2O}\]
\[\ce{NaOH + CH3COOH -> CH3COO^-Na^+ + H2O}\]
\[\ce{NaOH + HCl -> NaCl + H2O}\]

Concept: Types of Double Displacement: Neutralization Reaction
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