Answer to Question #192548 in General Chemistry for Joseph

Question #192548

Why is hydrogen tetraoxosulphate (vi) regarded to as aquafortis


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2021-05-13T02:08:22-0400

We know that as an acid - is dibasic and ionizes almost completely in solution this makes it a strong acid.

Due to it being dibasic, it forms two kinds of salts with alkalis. Reactive metals would displace hydrogen from dilute tetraoxosulphate(VI)



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