Neutralization is a chemical reaction between two compounds of opposite chemical character, giving a relatively inactive product. Common examples include neutralization of an acid by a base to give a salt, and of an oxidizing agent by a reducing agent. Neutralization is often accompanied by the generation of heat. See also equivalent weight and titration.
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