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An acidic salt has
An acidic salt has hydrogen ions in its aqueous solution. When a salt is formed from a weak acid and a strong base, the resulting salt can still contain some of the acidic properties of the original acid. This means that when the salt is dissolved in water, it can release hydrogen ions (H+) into the solution, making it acidic. This is why the salt is called an acidic salt. In contrast, basic salts contain hydroxide ions (OH-) in their aqueous solution.