NaOH is a strong base so your answer is the strong acid so it can be neutralized
Yes that would be right HCl is a strong acid
Which of the following is the best explanation why a reaction in a closed container can appear to stop before all the reactants are converted to products? The forward reaction has run to completion, and the reverse reaction has started. The reaction reaches equilibrium, and the forward and reverse reactions stop. The forward and reverse reactions eventually reach the same rate. The limiting reactant prevents the forward reaction from continuing to completion.
would b be correct
at Equilibrium the forward and reverse reactions don't stop; the rates are equal but that doesn't mean that the concentrations are equal.
i think it's the limiting reactant because once that is used up I guess the reaction would appear to stop and there would still be reactant left over.
to me that makes the most sense
Which of the following statements is not true regarding acids? Acids can be corrosive, causing damage to skin or clothing. Many fruits contain weak acids, giving them a sour taste. Acids react with bases in neutralization reactions to produce water. The hydroxide ion concentration is greater than the hydronium ion concentration.
hey can you open up another question?