A neutralization reaction between an acid and a base produced the salt Na2CO3. What acid and what base participated in this reaction?


Sorry about just asking without showing work or anything, but I don't really get the concept of this and how I should go about doing this problem.

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  1. You don't give us much to go on.
    NaOH + H2CO3 will make Na2CO3 + H2O

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