## J9

AChoudhry_1L
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### J9

Identify the salt that is produced from the acid–base neutral- ization reaction between (a) potassium hydroxide and acetic acid, CH3COOH; (b) ammonia and phosphoric acid; (c) calcium hydroxide and bromous acid; (d) sodium hydroxide and hydrosul- furic acid, H2S (both H atoms react). Write the complete ionic equation for each reaction.

Could someone explain how to work through this problem and what the answer would be?

Vincent Leong 2B
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### Re: J9

Match the cations and anions of the diff compounds together. For example, a) KOH + HC2H3O2 --> K+ (OH-) + H+(C2H3O2-) = (H+)(OH-) + K+(C2H3O2-) (balance by coefficients)

chari_maya 3B
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### Re: J9

is the answer to part a CH3COOK?

claudia_1h
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### Re: J9

chari_maya 3B wrote:is the answer to part a CH3COOK?

Yes, that's the correct answer. Can also just be written as CH3CO2K or potassium acetate.