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Is hbro3 a salt?

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2010-07-21 15:34:39
2010-07-21 15:34:39

HBrO3 is not a salt; it is an acid.

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HBrO3 is the formula. The name is bromic acid.


HBrO3 is an acid. Bromic acid to be specific.


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No, HBrO3 contains only hydrogen, bromine, and oxygen. In order to be organic it must contain carbon (C).


Yes. It is bromic acid.


HBrO3 only exists in solution, but is a strong acid so it's completely dissociated into H+(aq) and BrO3-(aq).


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That is the formula. The name of it is Bromic Acid


HBrO3 Please see the link.


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Anions are the negative charged ions. HBrO3 is made of H+ and BrO3^-1 ions. The anion is BrO3^-1. the nane of it is Bromate ion.


The chemical formula for bromic acid is HBrO3.


HBrO3 in dilute solution is called 'Bromic acid' , a strong acid and powerfull oxidising solution Hydrogen bromate in pure state is not stable. [B.t.w. me don't understand 'ternary' in this special case]


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