acids review (( - I am more than a test score, more than...

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I am more than a test score, more than generalized statistics, more than shallow and irrelevant expectations. I strive for success, and even though I may fail, I know that like a phoenix, I will prevail. I am more than just a crunch- time moment. Should my future really be defined by the assembly line standardized tests have become? I am more than mere conceptualized questions and answers. I am more than capable of fulfilling my dreams, of doing what I dream to do, for to do is to be. Binary Acids   A binary compound consists of two elements. Binary acids have the prefix  hydro  in front of the full name of the nonmetallic element. They have the ending  -ic Examples include hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid. Hydrofluoric Acid - HF Hydrochloric Acid - HCl Hydrobromic Acid - HBr Hydroiodic Acid - HI Hydrosulfuric Acid - H2S Ternary Acids Ternary acids commonly contain hydrogen, a nonmetal, and oxygen. The name  of the most common form of the acid consists of the nonmetal root name with the 
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