Problem: Which of these are neutral salts? Check all that apply.a) Cal2b) RbCNc) HCNd) NH4Ie) Ca(OH)2f) RbNO3 

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Acidic ions = cations. These include:

1. Transition metals: charge of +2 or higher, else neutral

2. Main group metals: charge of +3 or higher, else neutral

3. Amines: contain only N and H (i.e. NH­3or C, N, and H (i.e. CH3NH2)

Basic ions = anions. If the addition of H+leads to:

1. weak acid = basic

2. strong acidneutral

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Which of these are neutral salts? Check all that apply.

a) Cal2

b) RbCN

c) HCN

d) NH4I

e) Ca(OH)2

f) RbNO

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