An acid-base reaction includes the transfer of a $H^+$ ion from the acid to the base. Strong bases are $LiOH, NaOH, KOH, RbOH, CsOH, Ca(OH)_2, Sr(OH)_2,$ and $Ba(OH)_2$. When a strong base reacts with an acid, water is produced.
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Titration is a technique in which a known substance is used to analyze another substance usually with acids and bases. Stoichiometric point is the point in time when exactly enough of one solution has been added to react with another solution. Neutralization refers to acid-base reactions where acids and bases cancel each other out and produce water. Standardization is the procedure of carefully and precisely running an acid-base reaction to determine the concentration of a solution.