The base of H2S is HS, and H2S is normally an acid.
H2S is an acid.It is a weak acid.
H2S is itself an acid, so its conjugate will be a base. That would be HS-.
It is a very weak acid.
H2S is an acid.It is a weak acidic gas.
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is an acid.
In the Bronstedâ??Lowry theory, a conjugate base is formed by the removal of a proton from an acid. The conjugate base of H2S is HS.
No, H2S is hydrosulfuric acid. Sulfuric acid is H2SO4
it is a gas which in water shows the acidic property.
H2S and HS-
Remember that a conjugated acid has one proton H+ more than the (conjugated) base of it.So H2S is conjugated as acidto the base HS- .
H2S is a weak acid.
Add an acid to Na2S.It will emit H2S.
They both mean the same thing:acid molecules with 2 protons: e.g. H2O and H2S and ....H2S --> H+ + HS-HS- --> H+ + S2-The two sulfides (HS- and S2-) are both base, so H2S is dibasic (= forming two bases)Two protons are freed, so H2S is diprotic (= forming two protons)
H2Se is a stronger acid than H2S. The bond energy of H2Se is less than H2S, making it easier for the hydrogen atom to leave the molecule. Therefore, H2Se is expected to be a stronger acid than H2S.
No, it is not.
Hydrosulfuric acid is H2S
H2S can donate 2 protons.So it act as an acid.
Add an acid to K2S or Na2S.It will emit H2S.