anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Surely you must know that these two compounds react. So equal amounts 1M of HCl and 1M NaOH Knowing that HCl dissociates completely (strong acid) to H+ and Cl- in solution and NaOH dissociates completely (strong base) to Na+ and OH- in solution A better question is what do these two reactants form? Answer: A salt and H2O The answer you are looking for is the pH of water which is around 7 (neutral pH)
anonymous
  • anonymous
How much water is required to dilute an acid or a base? Explain your answer
Xishem
  • Xishem
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anonymous
  • anonymous
You can dilute something infinitely just keep adding water or what ever solvent you are using. NaOH + HCl -> NaOH + H2O The reaction is one to one and since they completely dissociate in solution there is going to be no free H+ electron acceptor or HO- electron donators left in solution thus resulting in a pH of that of water which is normally 7
anonymous
  • anonymous
Nothing confusing about this stuff :)
Xishem
  • Xishem
The question is "Sciencee". And you answered as though he had actually asked a question. That's where the confusion lies.

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