Neutralize ?

Submitted by T Hunter on 5/23/06 at 10:07 PM. ( ) 207.200.116.66

If you neutralize a pickle bath,will it remain neutralized if seperated from neutralizing agent after being brought to a accepted ph level?

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ph.

This response submitted by ej on 5/23/06 at 10:28 PM. ( . ) 216.114.124.121

yea, it should.


Huh?

This response submitted by George on 5/24/06 at 12:16 AM. ( georoof@aol.com ) 205.188.117.65

Hunter, I know you have a question in there, but you need to be more specific. Once you neutralize an acid, it becomes "water" like in that the pH is midranged. That won't change unless you add an acid or a base (alkali) to the mixture.


my brain hurts after reading that

This response submitted by paul e on 5/24/06 at 8:49 AM. ( amfpaul@bellsouth.net ) 65.6.123.106

lol


If you "neutralize"

This response submitted by Glen Conley on 5/24/06 at 11:05 AM. ( g.conley@verizon.net ) 70.105.126.235

hydrochloric acid with baking soda, it becomes salt, like in sodium chloride, but it has also given up water and carbon dioxide.

Different acids will produce different sodium derivatives as the salts. These in turn will all have different chemical properties or "behaviors".


Disposal of by products

This response submitted by T.Hunter on 5/24/06 at 8:13 PM. ( ) 207.200.116.65

Im not a chemist so I wanted to known if was actually neutralized and safe to dispose of. I expected your brain and a few others to hurt Paul e, thanks to George and Glen for straight answers.


t hunter just funning

This response submitted by paule on 5/26/06 at 7:29 AM. ( amfpaul@bellsouth.net ) 65.6.123.106

up all night and didnt gat in enough coffee soon enough lol


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