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Acidic, Basic and Neutral Salts
Whenever an acid and a base react, they have the potential to form a salt. For example, when sodium hydroxide reacts with hydrochloric acid in water, they form sodium chloride, a salt. Salts come in three different forms: basic salts, neutral salts and acid salts. When a strong base reacts with a strong acid, a neutral salt is formed. When a strong base reacts with a weak acid, a basic salt is formed. When a strong acid reacts with a weak base, an acidic salt is formed.
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