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Q: What was there before the base was formed?
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How is a base formed?

A base is formed when a substance accepts a proton (H+ ion) from an acid to form water and a conjugate base. Bases have a pH above 7 and can act as proton acceptors in chemical reactions. Common examples of bases include hydroxides like sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and bicarbonates like sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3).


When sodium oxide reacts with water what base is formed?

NaOH is formed then. NaOH is a strong base.


What is formed when a strong acid with a strong base?

A salt is formed when a strong acid reacts with a strong base.


Are angles formed by a base and the legs?

Not only. They can be formed by the legs.


What is formed when strong acid combines with a strong base?

A salt is formed when a strong acid reacts with a strong base.


When acids react with a base a is formed?

When acid reacts with base salt and water are formed acid+base=salt+water. This process is called neutralization


What is a cojugate base?

The base formed when an acid loses an H+


What is conjugated base?

The base formed when an acid loses an H+


What is meant by the neutralization of an acid with a base?

An acid base neutralization is not a substance as stated before but a reaction between acid molecules (or the protons from it) and a base compound (or basic ion in it). The products formed are normally a salt and water.Example:HCl + NaOH --> NaCl + H2O


Formed from the reaction of a acid and a base?

A salt.


What Has a circular base and a surface formed by connecting the edge of the base to a common vertex?

a cone


All salts are formed from an acid and base?

yes, all salts are formed from an acid and a base. More specifically, all salts are made from a metal and a nonmetal.