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When acetic acid reacts with ammonia (NH3) the reaction yields?

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When acetic acid reacts with ammonia (NH3) the reaction yields?

Acid-Base Neutralization Reactions:

Acid-base neutralization reactions are a well-studied type of chemical reaction. They are common in our bodies as well as in many aspects of nature and the chemical industry. Any acid-base neutralization reaction involves the acid and base combining to "cancel out" or neutralize each other.

Answer and Explanation:

The neutralization reaction between acetic acid and ammonia yields salt water made up of ammonium acetate and water assuming stoichiometric equivalent...

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Neutralization and Acid-Base Reactions

from Chemistry 101: General Chemistry

Chapter 10 / Lesson 4
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