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Oxo-acids. Jason, Krystal, Pat, Jon. What is it?. Oxo-acid refers to any compound containing oxygen bound to hydrogen & at least one other element (non-metal). This combination forms; like the name says, an acid. **All acids are aqueous. Naming an acid. IMPORTANT!!!!

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oxo acids
Oxo-acids
  • Jason, Krystal, Pat, Jon
what is it
What is it?
  • Oxo-acid refers to any compound containing oxygen bound to hydrogen & at least one other element (non-metal). This combination forms; like the name says, an acid.

**All acids are aqueous

naming an acid
Naming an acid
  • IMPORTANT!!!!
  • When naming your acid, follow these rules for changing the suffix of the polyatomic atom...
  • If it ends in:ITE your suffix becomes OUSATE your suffix becomes IC
  • Eg.Nitrate plus Hydrogen becomes Nitric AcidNitrite plus Hydrogen becomes Nitrous Acid
name formula
Name➜Formula

To go from the name to getting a formula:* Take acid name, and work back to the name of the polyatomic ion.*Take the formula for the polyatomic ion you found, with the charge, and add Hydrogen to form an acid.* “Cris-cross” the charges from the polyatomic ion and hydrogen.

Remember

ITE➜OUS

ATE➜IC

  • Examples:
  • Nitric Acid➜Nitrate➜NO3-+H+➜HNO3(aq)
  • Sulfuric Acid➜Sulfate➜SO42-+H+➜H2SO4(aq)
  • Phosphorous Acid➜Phosphite➜PO33-+H+➜H3PO3(aq)
formula name
Formula➜Name

Remember

ITE➜OUS

ATE➜IC

To go from a formula to getting a substance name:* Separate your formula into Hydrogen and one Polyatomic Ion, then “inverse criss-cross” to get the charges.* Take the name of your polyatomic ion, and change the suffix’s.

Examples:

HNO3(aq)➜H+ + NO3-(Nitrate)➜Nitrite=Nitrousacid

H2SO4(aq)➜H+ + SO42-(Sulfate)➜Sulfate=Sulfuric acid

H3PO4(aq)➜H+ + PO43-(Phosphate)➜Phosphate=Phosphoric acid.

practice questions name to formula
Practice Questions :)Name to Formula
  • Chloric Acid
  • Stearic Acid
  • Arsenic Acid
  • Sulfurous Acid
  • Arsenous Acid
  • HClO3
  • HC17H35COO
  • H3AsO4
  • H2SO3
  • H3AsO3
practice questions formula to name
Practice Questions :)Formula to Name
  • H3PO3
  • H2B4O7
  • H2OOCCOO
  • H2CrO4
  • H5P3O10
  • Phosphorous acid
  • Tetraboric acid
  • Oxalic acid
  • Chromic Acid
  • Tripolyphosphoric Acid
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