If you have a base an acid can neutralize it, giving water and a salt
Neutralization is impossible; the unique possibility is to wash salt from soil with water.
Water but if the water evaporates salt will be there.
add more water
removal of the sodium & chlorine atoms
Neutralize, you mean :) An equal amount of an acid and an alkali will neutralize to produce water and a corresponding salt. ;)
They neutralize each other to form salt and water.
By reacting it with a proton donor (an acid), forming water and salt.
They produce a salt (ionic compounds excluding oxides) and water.
They neutralize each other and will create water and a salt compound
The products of this reaction are a salt and water.
The products are water and a salt.