What is the pH value at the equivalence point when titrating a strong acid with alkali, or vice versa?

When a strong acid is titrated with an alkali (or vice versa), the reaction results in a salt that does not undergo hydrolysis; therefore, the pH at the equivalence point coincides with the neutrality point.

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