weak acids and bases Flashcard

HCl – Hydrochloric Acid
Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes)
HNO3 – Nitric Acid
Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes)
H2SO4 – Sulfuric Acid
Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes)
HClO4 – Perchloric Acid
Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes)
HBr – Hydrobromic Acid
Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes)
HI – Hydroiodic Acid
Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes)
LiOH – Lithium Hydroxide
Strong Base (Strong Electrolytes)
NaOH – Sodium hydroxide
Strong Base (Strong Electrolytes)
KOH – Potassium hydroxide
Strong Base (Strong Electrolytes)
Ca(OH)2 – Calcium hydroxide
Strong Base (Strong Electrolytes)
Ba(OH)2 – Barium hydroxide
Strong Base (Strong Electrolytes)
Sr(OH)2 – Strontium hydroxide
Strong Base (Strong Electrolytes)
H3PO4 – Phosphoric Acid
Weak Acid (Weak Electrolytes)
CH3COOH – Acetic acid
Weak Acid (Weak Electrolytes)
H2CO3 – Carbonic acid
Weak Acid (Weak Electrolytes)
HCN – Hydrocyanic acid
Weak Acid (Weak Electrolytes)
HCOOH – Formic Acid
Weak Acid (Weak Electrolytes)
C6H5COOH – Benzoic Acid
Weak Acid (Weak Electrolytes)
NH3 – Ammonia
Weak Base (Weak Electrolytes)
CH3NH2 – Methylamine
Weak Base (Weak Electrolytes

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