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Sulphuric acid

nitric acid

hydrochloric acid
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(Original post by DANIELREED)
Sulphuric acid

nitric acid

hydrochloric acid
It would entirely depend upon the alkali that it was reacting with.

However the non H part of the acid will bond with the metal of the alkali, in general.

A reaction might be \mathrm{HCL+XOH \longrightarrow XCL +H_2O} where X is a metal element.
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Sulphuric acid

nitric acid

hydrochloric acid
Sulfates
Nitrates
Chlorides
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depends which alkali/base you are reacting the acids with. But the answer above as the correct endings so it would be metal sulphate, metal nitrate...... etc
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Yeah, agreeing with above, a salt is neutral, so you would need an alkali (base) added to the acid to produce a salt, therefore the salt is a compound with the acids suffix & the bases prefix
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