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A balanced equation for CuSO4+NaCl--> ???

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  1. no reaction.
    1. There is no precipitate (all of the possible combinations for products are soluble).
    2. None of the possible products are gases.
    3. None of the possible products are weak electrolytes; i.e., not 100% ionized.
    4. No oxidation-reductions are going on
    ergo: no reaction.

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