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).


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

Sodium chloride is soluble in water, therefore a solution of sodium chloride in water is formed.

Sodium chloride can be separated from this solution by evaporation.

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Updated on: 01-Feb-2023

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