This is a simple worksheet about writing word equations for neutralisation reactions. It covers 2 pages.
There are plenty of examples, which get harder as you go on. There is an accompanying powerpoint, as an additional download…
NB I am well aware that exam boards, RSC and text books regard acid plus metal to be a redox reaction, which of course it is. However, in such a reaction, the pH increases to neutral and the acid has gone, so I think it can properly be regarded as neutralization of an acid. And since this worksheet is really about naming salts, I had to include it.
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