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how is a normal salt formed?

how is a normal salt formed?

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Dolly P
2 days ago
A normal salt is formed when the replaceable hydrogen ion in an acid is completely replaced by a metal.
Examples of normal salts include NaCl, KCl, MgCl2,etc.
Normal Salt: A normal salt is a salt formed by the complete replacement of replaceable
hydrogen atoms from an acid molecule by
means of a metal or a group of elements
acting like a metal. Examples: The compounds
like KCl, NaCl, FeS04, Na2S04, FeCl2 etc are normal salts.
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