Problem: What are the primary products of the neutralization reaction between an acid and a base? A. H2O and salt B. CO2 and H2O C. CO2 and protons D. H2O and hydroxide ions

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What are the primary products of the neutralization reaction between an acid and a base?

A. H2O and salt

B. CO2 and H2O

C. CO2 and protons

D. H2O and hydroxide ions

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