What is an example of an acid-base reaction?

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HCl + KOH → H. 2. O + KCl.
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A simple definition of acids is a substance that ionizes to form hydrogen ions (H+ Most familiar acids can be identified by this definition, including hydrochloric acid (HCl) acetic
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I'm not sure what your asking but do you mean like this: 2 NaOH + H2SO4 → Na2SO4 + 2 H2O or this.. AgNO3 (base) + NOCl (acid) → N2O4 (solvent) + AgCl (salt) or this... acid
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An acid has a pH level of 0-7, pure water has exactly 7, and bases have a pH of 7-14. Bleach is a base. i think lemon juice is an acid. (ugh god we just went over this in biology)
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