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ac·id salt

a salt in which not all of the ionizable hydrogen of the acid is replaced by the electropositive element; for example, NaHSO4, KH2PO4.
Synonym(s): protosalt

acid salt

a salt formed from an acid with two or more bases by only partial replacement of hydrogen ions from the related acid, leaving some degree of acidity. An example is sodium bicarbonate, which is also identified as sodium acid carbonate or sodium hydrogen carbonate.

acid salt

A salt in which one or more hydrogen atoms is replaceable.
See also: salt
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1] that can be clearly deduced from the presence of carboxylic acid salt (different metal soaps are possible, see fig.
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In the presence of excess base (greater than 2 moles of base for each mole of anhydride groups in the resin) the anhydride rings react to give dicarboxylic acid salt functional groups (see Figure la).
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