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2011-09-13 17:48:07
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Naphthalic acid salt is usually made with aluminum. When mixed into gasoline along with aluminum salt of palmetic acid, it makes napalm.


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Salt doesn't contain any acid.

Salt is, by definition not an acid or a base.

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