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 Does hydrogen react with acids or bases?

Answer Hydrogen interacts with both acids and bases. According to the Bronsted-Lowry definition of acids and bases, an acid is any substance that can donate a hydrogen ion and a base is any substance that... Read More »
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What Forms When Acids React With Bases?

Acids and bases are chemical compounds that solve in water. Acids and bases are opposites, when they are in contact with each other, typically in a water solution, they combine. Salts and water are... Read More »
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Uses of Acids & Bases?

Acids and bases have a wide variety of uses in both our everyday home lives and in chemistry and industry. The reason is twofold. First, since they are on the polar ends of the pH scale (the scale ... Read More »
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Who invented acids&bases?

Svante Arrhenius (1859-1927) introduced the modern concept of acids and bases in 1884 as part of his dissertation research at the University of Uppsala in Sweden. The Royal Swedish Academy of Scien... Read More »
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Are salts acids or bases?

Pure salts are not considered acids or bases, but rather neutral compounds. They are typically the products of a chemical reaction known as neutralization, where a strong acid and a strong base joi... Read More »
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