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A neutralization reaction is a


A

physical and reversible change.

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a physical change that cannot be reversed.

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C

chemical and reversible change.

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D

the chemical change that cannot be reversed.

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Solution

The correct option is D

the chemical change that cannot be reversed.


  1. A neutralization reaction can be defined as a chemical reaction in which an acid and base quantitatively react together to form salt and water as products.
  2. A neutralization reaction is shortly given as, acid + base(alkali) → salt + water.
  3. Salt and water are the irreversible chemical products that are formed at the end of a neutralization reaction. They can't be again converted into an acid and a base using physical methods.

Hence, the answer is (D) the chemical change that cannot be reversed.


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