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Write a balanced equation showing how you could prepare each of the following salts from an acid-base reaction: KNO3, NaBr, CaS.

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    Salts are combinations of acids and bases. The cation comes from a base and the anion from an acid. Therefore, to make KNO3 we react KOH and HNO3. See how that is done? We write K and add OH to make KOH. We take NO3 and add H to make HNO3.

    NaBr is NaOH + HBr.

    I will leave CaS for you to do.

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    CAvs+HS

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