Q: The products obtained from the following chemical reaction are: H2SO4 + NH3 →
Q: Which calcium compound does not Scram the pH of acidic soils?
Explanation: Calcium sulphate is an insoluble salt that does not react with acids. Calcium carbonate reacts with the acids in soil to form carbon dioxide, a neutral salt and water. Both calcium oxide and calcium hydroxide are alkalies that neutralize the acids to form a neutral salt solution.
Q: Which reaction does not involve neutralization?
Q: Which of the following compounds is the strongest acid?