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Info: Ch3CO2H might be an improperly capitalized: CH3CO2H, CH3Co2H
Info: NaCh3CO2 might be an improperly capitalized: NAcH3CO2, NAcH3Co2, NaCH3CO2, NaCH3Co2
Balanced equation:
NaOH + Ch3CO2H = H2O + NaCh3CO2

Reaction type: double replacement
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