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Problem: What factors qualify a compound as a salt?A) Substances that ionize in water to produce H+ ions.B) Substances that ionize in water to produce OH- ions.C) An ionic compound made up of the cation from a base and the anion from an acid.

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What factors qualify a compound as a salt?

A) Substances that ionize in water to produce H+ ions.

B) Substances that ionize in water to produce OH- ions.

C) An ionic compound made up of the cation from a base and the anion from an acid.

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