In this double replacement reaction what are the products? HCI + NaOH -------------> ?
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a double replacement will be
AB + XY ---> AY + XB
You have to match up the positive and negative charges and swap them between the compounds. This would leave you with NaCl and H2O.
NaOH & HCl are the reactants & NaCl & H2O are the products.
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NaOH is a alkali (bases soluble in water) & HCl is an acid.
1) Acid + base → Salt + water + heat (neutralisation reaction).
2)The equation is already balanced.
To check whether it is balanced check whether the number of atoms of each kind are equal on both RHS & LHS.
Now you must be wondering about H2 on the R.H.S & H on the L.H.S. You might think it is not balanced. But i
t is balanced because there are t H(s) on L.H.S one from HCl & the other from NaO"H".
3)NaOH & HCl are the reactants & NaCl & H2O are the products.