Naming And Recognizing Binary And Ternary Acids

6 Questions  I  By 13tdeskins on November 26, 2010
ACID/BASE NomenclatureBinary AcidsRule: 1. add the prefix hydro to main element         2. add suffix "-ic"Ternary AcidsRule: 1. No Prefix hydro  2. Add the suffix "-ous" if the polyanion is an "-ite"  3. Add the suffix "-ic" if the polyanion is an "-ate"Notes on hypo & perall hypo-"polyanion"s become hypo-main element-ous.e.g. Hypochlorite ion becomes hypochlorous acid.all per-"polyanion"s become per-main element-ice.g. Perchlorate ion becomes Perchloric acid.HOH or H2O = Hydrate

  
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1.  When making a binary acid, one must add the prefix hydro to the main element, then add the suffix "-ous".
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2.  When naming a ternary acid, one must use the following rules: (Check all that apply)
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3.  What is the name of this acid?HClO4
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4.  When making phosphoric acid, what is the equation?
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5.  Make this poly-anion into an acid.Chlorite
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6.  What is the name of the acid form of a Fluorine ion?
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