Given the reaction: hcl(aq) + lioh(aq) → hoh(ℓ) + licl(aq)the reaction is best described as(1) neutralization(2) synthesis(3) decomposition(4) oxidation-reduction

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The correct answer is Option 1.

Explanation:

From the given options:

Option 1: Neutralization reaction

This reaction is defined as the chemical reaction where an acid reacts with a base to produce a salt and water molecule.

HX+BOH\rightarrow BX+H_2O

Option 2: Synthesis reaction

This reaction is defined as the chemical reaction where substances combine in their elemental state to form a single compound.

A+B\rightarrow AB

Option 3: Decomposition reaction

This reaction is defined as the chemical reaction where a single substance breaks down into two or more simpler substances.

AB\rightarrow A+B

Option 4: Reduction reaction

This reaction is defined as the reaction where a substance gains electrons. The oxidation state of the substance gets reduced.

X^{n+}+ne^-\rightarrow X

For the given chemical reaction:

HCl(aq.)+LiOH(aq.)\rightarrow H_2O(l)+LiCl(aq.)

Here, an acid reacts with base and it produces water and a salt. This reaction is defined as a neutralization reaction.

Thus, the correct answer is Option 1.

It is going to be neutralization 
(aq) is same 


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