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The aluminum hydroxide is a trihydroxy base. The hydrobromic acid is a monoprotic acid. The neutralization process requires "3" moles of HBr for every "1" mole of Al(OH)3. The products are water, H2O, and aluminum bromide, AlBr3

hydrobromic acid

aluminum hydroxide


aluminum bromide

+ water

3 HBr (aq)

+ Al(OH)3(aq)



+ 3 H2O(l)

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