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What salt is formed when sodium hydroxide is neutralized by perchloric acid?

NaOH + HClO4 -> ?

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    Sodium perchlorate, if you are careful. You better be careful.

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    is there a way you can finish the chemical equation for me.... i am not sure i know how to do this.

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    NaOH + HClO4 --> H2O + NaClO4

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