Chem 2: Naming Acids

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  1. How do you name an acid that does not contain oxygen?
    Hydro +  root of the 2nd element

    +

    ic + acid
  2. How do you name an acid that contains oxygen?
    1. Polyatomic ion w/ending changed

    ite ----> ous acid


    ate----> ic acid
  3. Name: HF(aq)
    Hydrofluoric acid
  4. Name: HCl(aq)
    hydrochloric acid
  5. Name: HNO3(aq)
    nitric acid
  6. Name: H2SO4(aq)
    sulfuric acid
  7. If the formula does not contain oxygen, the acid is named with the prefix
    Hydro

    Ex. HCl - Hydrochloric acid

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