Chemistry
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why do we call chemical reactions "neutralization reactions" ? ...?

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hanan1

Neutralization is a type of chemical reaction in which a strong acid and strong base react with each other to form water and salt. Have you ever been unlucky enough to be stung by a wasp or a bee? Bee stings are acidicin nature, which is why a household remedy for a bee sting is baking soda or sodium bicarbonate, which is abasic substance. A wasp sting, on the other hand, is mildly basic, so a household remedy for this will be vinegar, also known as acetic acid. These simple treatments ease these painful stings by a process called neutralization. I hope my answer has come to your help. Thank you for posting your question here in Brainly. We hope to answer more of your questions and inquiries soon. Have a nice day ahead!

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