Q. 124.7( 10 Votes )

Look at the given reaction.

Hydrochloric acid + Sodium hydroxide (base) Sodium chloride (salt) + Water

Sodium chloride formed in this reaction remains in solution form. Can we get solid sodium chloride from this solution? Suggest a method (if any).

Answer :

Yes we can get solid sodium chloride by separating water from it. One simple method is to heat up the solution to 100֯ C so that whole water gets evaporated and we get salt as remnant.

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