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Combining a base and an acid forms
A. DNA and gas. C. sodium hydroxide.
B. ions. D. salt and water

I think (b)
Is this correct?

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    There will be ions in the acid and base already. Adding the two will remove some of them, as they combine and neutralize.

    Try again. Hint: By "salt" they do not necessarily mean sodium chloride.

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    D

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