What compound which furnishes hydrogen ion as the only positively charged ion when dissolved in water?
An acid furnishes an H+ when dissolved in water.
What are substances that releases positively charged hydrogen ions while what are substances that accept positively charged hydrogen ions?
False. In order for a compound to be acidic, it must have contain hydrogen atoms that are ionized in aqueous solution. Not all hydrogen atoms in compounds behave this way. For instance, the organic compound methane contains hydrogen but is not an acid. Ammonia also contains hydrogen, but it typically acts as a base, not an acid.
Yes, hydrogen fluoride is an acid; a very dangerous one! Hydrogen fluoride is hydrofluoric acid. What hydrogen fluoride is: Hydrogen fluoride is a chemical compound that contains fluorine. It can exist as a colorless gas or as a fuming liquid, or it can be dissolved in water. When hydrogen fluoride is dissolved in water, it may be called hydrofluoric acid. Hydrogen fluoride also can be released when some other fluoride-containing compounds such as ammonium fluoride…
"Hydrochloric acid" is commonly used by chemists to name both a compound and a mixture. The compound is more formally called "hydrogen chloride", has the chemical formula HCl, and always contains the same number of hydrogen atoms as of chlorine atoms. This pure compound is a gas at standard temperature and pressure, but it is readily soluble in water to form a liquid solution that is usually called hydrochloric acid. Because the amount of hydrogen…
Water is a compound because all of its molecules are identical (except for occasional isotope variations) and contain at least two elements and it has constant proportions between its hydrogen and oxygen contents. Sea water is a mixture because it contains dissolved constituents, composed of at least some atoms other than hydrogen and oxygen, with no chemical bonds between these dissolved constituents and the water molecules, and it has varying proportions.
Hydrogen chloride (sometimes mistakenly called hydrochloric acid, although that requires it to be dissolved so that the hydrogen dissociates) is a highly polar compound of hydrogen and chlorine atoms; each molecule of HCl has one hydrogen atom and one chlorine atom, connected by a single covalent bond.duhh who dont noe that stupid
The pure elements hydrogen and chlorine react to form a molecular compound, hydrogen chloride, with a polar covalent bond, that is a gas at standard temperature and pressure. Hydrogen chloride is highly soluble in water, and when dissolved in water, it largely ionizes into chloride anions and hydrogen containing cations. Such a solution in water is often called "hydrochloric acid".
When an ionic compound is dissolved in water, it is broken up into its positive and its negative ions. We shall use Table Salt for our example. It has the formula NaCl, which stands for Sodium Chloride. It becomes a Sodium ion and a Chlorine ion. Water has the formula H2O. That is two atoms of Hydrogen and one of Oxygen. The Hydrogen atoms are on one side. The Chlorine ion becomes surrounded by Hydrogen…