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Sodium flouride, NaF, is a basic salt. Write the chemical equation that describes how the salt breaks up into its ions. Write the chemical equation that describes how one of the ions behaves as a base in water to produce OH-.

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    NaF + water ==> Na^+(aq) + F^-(aq)

    F^- + HOH ==> HF + OH^-

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