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how can a salt be related to a particular acid and a particular base

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    acid + base ==> salt + H2O

    The cation of the salt comes from the base and the anion comes from the acid.
    For example, NaCl: Na comes from NaOH and Cl comes from HCl.
    Na2SO4: Na comes from NaOH and SO4 comes from H2SO4.

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