The products formed when acids react with carbonates are a form of salt, carbon dioxide and water. In general, many alkali and alkaline earth metal carbonates will react with acids to create these products. More »

The reaction between a metal oxide and an acid produces a salt and water. The resulting mixture is warm. The kind of salt produced is dependent on the specific acid used. More »

Hydrogen peroxide will naturally decompose into water and oxygen when exposed to sunlight, but it can also be rendered inert by adding oxalic acid, active carbon or many other mild acids. Hydrogen peroxide is more basic ... More »

Some of the properties of acids are that they conduct electricity when they are dissolved in water, liberate hydrogen when they react with active metals and, when combined with a base, will produce a salt and a neutraliz... More »

The products of any acid-base neutralization reaction are a salt and water. A salt is formed from the positive ion of the base and the negative ion of the acid. More »

Some acids that react with metals are sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid and nitric acid. The most common metals that react with acids are iron, lead, magnesium and zinc. More »

Soap is a base consisting of metallic salts, usually in the form of sodium, from fatty acids. The first soaps consisted of water, oil and lye, which gave the soap its alkaline nature and reacted with the oils to form the... More »