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HI
Strong Acid;
Hydroiodic acid
HBr
Strong Acid;
Hydrobromic Acid
HCl
Strong Acid; Hydrochloric Acid
HClO4
Strong Acid;
Perchloric acid
HClO3
Strong Acid;
Chloric Acid
H2SO4
Strong Acid;
Sulfuric Acid
HNO3
Strong acid;
Nitric acid
T/F: Common soluble strong bases are the group 1 hydroxides (s.a. LiOH, NaOH, KOH, RbOH, CsOH)
True
Are metal amides, such as NaNH2 strong bases? Why?
Yes since the amide ion, NH2-, will react completely with water to form NH3 and OH- ions.
T/F: Some of the group 2 hydroxides such as Ca(OH)2, Sr(OH)2, and Ba(OH)2 are also often classfied as strong although their base-dissociation constants are smaller than those of the group I hydroxides.
True.
Amonia (NH3) and amines
weak base
LiOH
strong base
NaOH
strong base
RbOH
strong base
CsOH
strong base
NaNH2
strong base
Ca(OH)2
strong base
Sr(OH)2
strong base
Ba(OH)2
strong base