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Solution: Complete the following sentences about strong and weak acids and bases. Strong acids are generally either hydrohalic acids (ex. _____) or oxoacids in which the number of oxygen atoms exceeds the number of ionizable _____ by 2 or more (ex. HNO3). Weak acids are usually one of the following: 1. hydrofluoric acid, _____, 2. acids in which the proton is not bonded to an oxygen atom or a halogen (ex. _____), 3. _____ where the number of oxygen atoms equals or only exceeds by 1 the number of ionizable _____ (ex. _____) or 4. _____ (ex. _____). Strong bases are _____ of group _____ metals (ex. _____) or larger group _____ metals (ex. _____), or oxides of the same metals. Weak bases are usually compounds containing a nitrogen atom with _____ bond(s) and 1 lone pair(s) (ex. _____).

Problem

Complete the following sentences about strong and weak acids and bases.

Strong acids are generally either hydrohalic acids (ex. _____) or oxoacids in which the number of oxygen atoms exceeds the number of ionizable _____ by 2 or more (ex. HNO3).

Weak acids are usually one of the following: 1. hydrofluoric acid, _____, 2. acids in which the proton is not bonded to an oxygen atom or a halogen (ex. _____), 3. _____ where the number of oxygen atoms equals or only exceeds by 1 the number of ionizable _____ (ex. _____) or 4. _____ (ex. _____).

Strong bases are _____ of group _____ metals (ex. _____) or larger group _____ metals (ex. _____), or oxides of the same metals.

Weak bases are usually compounds containing a nitrogen atom with _____ bond(s) and 1 lone pair(s) (ex. _____).