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Solution: Classify each substance as a strong acid, strong base, weak acid, or weak base.HClKOHHCNHFCH3NH2CsOHHBrLiOHBa(OH)2H2SO4

Solution: Classify each substance as a strong acid, strong base, weak acid, or weak base.HClKOHHCNHFCH3NH2CsOHHBrLiOHBa(OH)2H2SO4

Problem

Classify each substance as a strong acid, strong base, weak acid, or weak base.

HCl

KOH

HCN

HF

CH3NH2

CsOH

HBr

LiOH

Ba(OH)2

H2SO4

Solution

Strong (Binary) Acids → HCl, HBr, HI

Strong Base → group 1A and group 2A ions + OH-

Weak Acids → don't completely dissociate

Oxyacid → strong oxyacid, compound must have 2 or more oxygen than hydrogen

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