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  1. Hydrochloric Acid
    HCl
  2. Hydrobromic acid
    HBr
  3. Hydroiodic acid
    HI
  4. Nitric Acid
    HNO3
  5. Perchloric acid
    HClO4
  6. Sulfuric acid
    H2SO4
  7. Arrhenius acid
    Anything that produces a H+
  8. Arrhenius base
    Anything that produces an OH-
  9. Bronsted-Lowry acid
    Anything that donates an H+
  10. Bronsted-Lowry base
    Anything that accepts an H+
  11. Lewis acid
    Electron pair acceptor
  12. Lewis base
    Electron pair donator
  13. how do you measure the strength of an acid going down a group
    focus on bond strength
  14. how do you measure the strength of an acid going across a period
    Focus on polarity
  15. in what direction does bond strength increase
    Going down the group
  16. in what direction does electronegativity increase
    Going across the period towards F
  17. What is an oxyacid
    An acid that contains H, O, Y (and atom in a central position)
  18. how is strength measured for oxyacids in the same group
    Increasing electronegativity
  19. how is strength measured for oxyacids with different central atoms
    Higher number of oxygens is stronger
  20. what is the numerical value for Kw
    1 x10 -14

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Strong acids
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2017-07-21 02:57:58
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Chem 2 test three
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