Answer to Question #102013 in Inorganic Chemistry for Sai

Question #102013
How does oxoacids of halogens show acidic character
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2020-01-30T04:31:40-0500

Suppose X is Hallogen i.e Cl, Br, I. There are various type of oxoacids of hallogen depending on the no of O atom in the acid as HXO3, HXO4, HXO2. Now there is an -OH bond and other Os has double bond with the X atom. So after releasing the H+ the anion is highly stable due to high reasonating structure. This is why the show acidic character

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