. The products of a neutralisation reaction are


(a)          salt and water.

(b)          acid and base.

(c)           base and salt.

(d)          salt and acid.

 

Best Answer

(a)

Explanation: When the metal from the base displaces hydrogen from the acid, salt and water are formed. In this way, the base neutralizes the acid and destroys its acidity. 

The products of a neutralisation reaction are (Sol.-1)

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