12.2-12.5

12.2-12.5 - Fully Protonated Acid Names are Derived from...

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1 Fully Protonated Acid Names are Derived from the Conjugate Base ©Lori Petrovich Section 12.2 ide ion hydro___ic acid HF F 1- fluor ide ion hydro fluor ic acid monoprotonate H 2 S S 2- sulf ide ion hydro sulfur ic acid diprotonate Fully Protonated Acid Names are Derived from the Conjugate Base ate ion _____ic acid BrO 3 1- brom ate ion brom ic acid monoprotonate HBrO 3 SO 4 2- sulf ate ion sulfur ic acid diprotonate H 2 SO 4 PO 4 3- phosph ate ion phosphor ic acid triprotonate H 3 PO 4 Section 12.2 Fully Protonated Acid Names are Derived from the Conjugate Base ite ion _____ous acid BrO 2 1- brom ite ion brom ous acid monoprotonate HBrO 2 SO 3 2- sulf ite ion sulfur ous acid diprotonate H 2 SO 3 PO 3 3- phosph ite ion phosphor ous acid triprotonate H 3 PO 3 ©Lori Petrovich Section 12.2 Fully Protonated Acid Names are Derived from the Conjugate Base (don’t forget your prefix for Group VII) ite ion ous acid ClO 1- hypochlor ite ion hypochlor ous acid monoprotonate HClO Section 12.2 ate ion ic acid ClO 4 1- perchlor ate ion perchlor ic acid monoprotonate HClO 4 A Few Special Acid Names NH 3 ammonia ammonium ion monoprotonate NH 4 1+ CN 1- cyanide ion hydrocyanic acid monoprotonate HCN OH 1- hydroxide ion water monoprotonate H 2 O H 2 O water hydronium ion monoprotonate H 3 O 1+ Section 12.2 Naming Oxoanions Reminder Section 4.2 Group 7 ClO 4 1- per chlor ate ion ClO 3 1- chlor ate ion ClO 2 1- chlor ite ion ClO 1- hypo chlor ite ion CO 3 2- carbon ate ion NO 3 1- nitr ate ion NO 2 1- nitr ite ion PO 4 3- phosph ate ion PO 3 3- phosph ite ion SO 4 2- sulf ate ion SO 3 2- sulf ite ion
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2 hydro sulfur ic acid H 2 S sulf ide ion S
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2010 for the course CH 101 taught by Professor Bigham during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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