Acid salt

a salt of a polybasic acid that is only partially neutralized by a base; a salt that is also an acid.
Historical Examples

The resulting crystals (metantimoniate of potassa), by solution in pure water, are resolved into free potassa and the acid salt.
Cooley’s Practical Receipts, Volume II Arnold Cooley

Then with your finger rub on the acid salt till the stain disappears.
Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches Eliza Leslie

The modern method of deliming hides intended for sole leather is to use a weak solution of acid, or an acid salt.
Leather K. J. Adcock

(chem) a salt formed by partial replacement of the acidic hydrogen atoms of the parent acid


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