The names and formulas of some of the common acids

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The names and formulas of some of the common  acids 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 - HFHydrochloric Acid - HClHydrobromic Acid - HBrHydroiodic  Acid - HIHydrosulfuric 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  -ic  ending, The acid containing one less oxygen atom than the 
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