Salt naming in Organic chemistry


How would you name and form a salt in a chemical equation? This is when an and acid is reacted with an amine e.g. HCl with ethylamine.

Many thanks

Hi Samar
Amines can be named as either alkylamine or alkananamines which can be a bit confusing. So CH3CH2NH2 could be ethylamine or ethanamine although the former is probably more common.
When naming ammonium salts formed from reaction between an amine and an acid, they are usually named as alkylammonium chloride (if HCl is the acid or nitrate from nitric etc). So if ethylamine is reacted with sulfuric acid the salt formed would be ethylammonium sulfate.