Subject: can you throw acid neutralised away without causing any damage
Date: Wed Nov 24 05:22:07 1999
Posted by sanne and linda
Grade level: 10-12
School: sondervick college
City: veldhoven State/Province: brabant
Area of science: Chemistry
is it true that acid and base solutions can be thrown away in the
enviroment because they neutralise eachother and there is no heat
development and large salt concentrations?
Re: can you throw acid neutralised away without causing any damage
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