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I think it would. When Lavell talked about how Cl- doesn't change pH, I think he referred to how the individual atom doesn't change pH, since if we were to draw out the reaction equation, Cl- would be alone on both sides, and crossed out. Despite this, the structure Cl- is attached to, anilinium chloride, would still change pH, since the molecule would still seek to donate H+ ions.
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