Why nitric acid does not form acid salts?

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It forms acidic salts, just in school is not learning, and in institutions very rarely.\r\n\r\PPO school program as nitric acid HNO3 is monobasic, it can not form acidic salts, as the polybasic acid, consistent with cleavage of protons (because it has only one proton).\r\n\r\non the practice of the nitric acid forms an acidic salt accession to the nitrates of one or more molecules of nitric acid, held by hydrogen bonds and the crystal lattice. However, such salts are relatively unstable.
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