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    Jan 5, 2016, 09:41 PM
    Chemistry-acids and salts
    I asked my son to give an example for acid salt. He wrote aluminium hydrogen sulfate- al(oh)3+h2so4 ->al(hso4)3+h20 and he balanced the equation. But in textbook, aluminium hydrogen sulfate is not given in examples . Is this correct?
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    Jan 6, 2016, 12:19 PM
    It does exist, Google it, there are many examples. Formula aluminum hydrogen sulfate: https://biturl.im/mCHYP

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