Rita P.

asked • 03/31/20

Chemistry question about ionic compound

In chemistry, any ionic compound (soluble or insoluble) that is formed from a reaction between an acid and a base is called a(n) _________.

  1. ionic compound
  2. substance
  3. salt
  4. product
  5. neutralization


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Rita P.

so if the question was "Any ionic compound made by reacting an acid with a base is called a(n)" it would be the same answer? salt?
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J.R. S.

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Yes, any ionic compound formed by reaction of an acid and a base is called a salt.
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03/31/20

Rita P.

thanks
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J.R. S.

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Sure thing.
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