anonymous
  • anonymous
Amelia is working with two chemical solutions in her chemistry laboratory. Solution A neutralizes an acidic solution and solution B neutralizes a basic solution. What kind of solutions are solutions A and B? Solution A is a base and solution B is an acid. Solution A is an acid and solution B is a base. Solution A is a salt and solution B is a base.
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Koikkara
  • Koikkara
Hello, i will just explain how neutralization will take place. \(A\) neutralizes an acidic solution \(Means,\) the only solution which can neutralize an acidic solution is \(a~Base~solution\). And, \(B\) neutralizes a basic solution \(Means,\) the only solution which can neutralize an basic solution is \(an~Acidic~solution\) Which means, @younglos99 Solution A is a Base and solution B is an Acid. \(Nice~to~meet~you~!\)

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