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What are the 3 main acids?

What are the 3 main acids?

Common acids and alkalis

  • Hydrochloric acid.
  • Sulfuric acid.
  • Nitric acid.

What are 10 examples of acids?

Acids are compounds that dissociate in water to donate hydrogen ions/protons or to accept electrons.

  • of 11. Acetic Acid. Acetic acid is also known as ethanoic acid.
  • of 11. Boric Acid.
  • of 11. Carbonic Acid.
  • of 11. Citric Acid.
  • of 11. Hydrochloric Acid.
  • of 11. Hydrofluoric Acid.
  • of 11. Nitric Acid.
  • of 11. Oxalic Acid.

What are the 6 acids?

They are H2SO4 (or sulfuric acid), HI (hydrologic acid), HBr (hydrobromic acid), HNO3 (nitric acid), HCl (hydrochloric acid) and HClO4 (perchloric acid). The mnemonic that I can use to help you memorize these six strong acids is: So I Brought No Clean Clothes. You have SO for sulfuric acid.

What are 5 acids and 5 bases?

Answer: Acid are Hydrochloric acid , sulphuric acid , Nitric acid, acetic acid and lactic acid . Base are Sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, barium hydroxide, calcium hydroxide and sodium carbonate .

What are the 20 example of acid?


Chemist Name Common Name
hydrochloric acid, HCl muriatic acid (used in pools) and stomach acid is HCl)
sulfuric acid, H2SO4
nitric acid, HNO3
acetic acid, HC2H3O2 vinegar

What are the main 6 strong acids?

What is the most useful acid?

Sulfuric acid is the world’s most important industrial chemical! In North America we produce about 50 million tons a year, mostly by burning sulfur to form sulfur dioxide which is then reacted with water.

What are some household examples of acids?

Baking Soda. Baking soda is the common name for sodium bicarbonate,known chemically as NaHCO3.

  • Diluted Soaps.
  • Household Ammonia.
  • Household Vinegars.
  • Citric Acid.
  • What is list of acids and their sources?

    Alanine functions by removing toxins from our body and in the production of glucose and other amino acids.

  • Cysteine acts as an antioxidant provides resistance to our body and inhibits the growth of hair,nails,etc.
  • Glutamine promotes a healthy brain function and is necessary for the synthesis of nucleic acids – DNA and RNA.
  • What are some things that contain acids in them?


  • Potatoes
  • Sprouts
  • Which are the weakest acids?

    Salicylic acid,pKa 3.00

  • Acetylsalicylic acid,pKa 3.49
  • Furosemide,pKa 3.90
  • Ibuprofen,pKa 4.40
  • Levodopa,pKa 2.30
  • Phenobarbital,pKa 7.40
  • Warfarin,pKa 5.0
  • Theophylline,pKa 8.80