What Is The Double Displacement Reaction For NH4OH+H2SO4?


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The reactions in which two reactants exchange their parts to form new products are called double displacement reactions. Ammonium hydroxide reacts with sulfuric acid to form ammonium sulfate and water. It is a neutralization process. Ammonium hydroxide is a base and sulfuric acid is an acid. The chemical equation for the reaction is;

2NH4OH+H2SO4 ------ > (NH4)2SO4 + 2H2O

Two moles of sodium hydroxide neutralize one mole of sulfuric acid to produce salt ammonium sulfate and two moles of water.

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