The act or process by which an acid and a base are combined in such proportions that the resulting compound is neutral. See Neutral, a., 4.
A process where an acid and a base react with each other to form a salt and water.
Reacting acids with bases to produce relatively safe end products.
the chemical reaction of an acid and base to yield a salt and water.
a reaction in which the hydrogen ion of an acid and the hydroxyl ion of a base unite to form water, the other ionic product being salt.
reaction in which the characteristics of an acid or base disappear.
a chemical reaction in which an acid and a base interact with the formation of a salt; with strong acids and bases the essential reaction is the combination of hydrogen ions with hydroxyl ions to form water
a type of double replacement reaction
The addition of substances to neutralize water, so that it is neither acid, nor basic. Neutralization does not specifically mean a pH of 7.0; it just means the equivalent point of an acid-base reaction.
raising the pH of an acidic material or lowering the pH of an alkaline material to a nearly neutral pH level (7)
A reaction between acid and base which neutralizes both and results in the formation of water plus a salt.
a process that causes toxic waste to react with another chemical to produce a harmless substance.
The reaction between equivalent amounts of an acid and a base to form a salt.
a reaction in which an acid reacts with a base to produce a salt and water.
Decreasing the acidity or alkalinity of a substance by adding alkaline or acidic materials, respectively.
A as used in the hydrogen peroxide disinfecting system, this refers to an acceleration of the ongoing chemical reaction of decomposition of residual H2O2 by either a catalytic effect or chemical reaction.
Neutralization is the process in which an acid reacts with a base to form a salt and water. H+ + OH- H2O
The reaction of an acid with a base to form a salt and water. Usually, the reaction of hydrogen ions with hydrogen ions to form water molecules.
The process of adding an acid or alkaline material to water or soil to adjust its pH to a neutral position.
The chemical process that produces a solution that is neither acidic nor alkaline. Usually with a pH between 6 and 8.
elimination of excess H+ or OH- ions by adding base or acid.
the process by which water's acidity is adjusted to a neutral range; acidic water can be corrosive
The addition of either an acid to a base or a base to an acid to produce a more nearly neutral solution.
The process by which acid or alkaline properties of a solution are altered by addition of certain reagents to bring the hydrogen and hydroxide concentrations to equal value (pH 7 is neutral).
The chemical process of making a solution of acid or base into a neutral solution by adding either base or acid, respectively. A process represented by the reaction:Acid + Base -- H2O + Salt
The addition of either an acid or a base to a solution as required to produce a neutral solution. The use of alkaline or basic materials to neutralize the acidity of some waters is a common practice in water conditioning.
the process of eliminating potentially harmful static charges by exposing a charged object to ionized air. The static charges on the surface attract opposite charged ions from the air so that the ions recombine to reform neutral molecules.
Neutralization is a chemical reaction, also called a water forming reaction, in which an acid and a base or alkali (soluble base) react and produce a salt and water. In other words, it can be said that neutralization is the combination of hydrogen ions H+ and hydroxide ions OHâˆ’ (or oxide ions O2âˆ’) to form water molecule H2O. In the process, a salt is formed.