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Identify the precipitate (if any) that forms when NaCH3COO and HCl are mixed

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    I have no clue on how to do this

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    I think I will just change my course

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    it doesnt precipitate; NaCH3COO*HCl=NaCl+CH3COOH wich is acetic acid, the acid that is found in vinegar and NaCl aka salt is extremly soluble so theres no precipitate

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