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Which type of reaction occurs when H+(aq) reacts with OH-(aq)?(1) combustion (2) decomposition

January 2018 NY Regents Chemistry Exam

26 Which type of reaction occurs when H+(aq) reacts with OH-(aq)? (1) combustion

(2) decomposition

(3) fermentation

(4) neutralization

Solution: When H+(aq) reacts with OH-(aq), the reaction is called neutralization. Decomposition is a reaction where one molecule forms several new ones. Combustion (burning) is a reaction where a substance such as organic molecule reacts with oxygen. Fermentation is a reaction where sugar reacts with yeast to produce alcohol and carbon dioxide.

Answer: 4

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