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Ch.15 - Acid and Base Equilibrium
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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 numb

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. _____).