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The net ionic equation for ALL aqueous reac- tion of strong acids and strong soluble bases that form soluble salts is
1. the formation of the soluble salt.
2. the formation of water from the ele-
ments.
3. the formation of H2O from H and OH .
4. the formation of water and the corre-
sponding salt.

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    It's H^+ + OH^- ==> H2O
    That's what on your answer sheet?

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