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What is the name of the base represented by the formula NH4OH? nitrogen hydroxide ammonium hydroxide nitrous hydroxide hydrogen hydroxide User: What is the name of the base represented by the formula NH4OH? nitrogen hydroxide, ammonium hydroxide, nitrous hydroxide, hydrogen hydroxide
Weegy: The compound with the formula NH4OH is Ammonium Hydroxide. Ammonium Hydroxide is a weak base of ammonia gas (NH3). In fact, it is the only base which does not have a basic metal cation. All other bases and alkalis have metallic cations. [ Ammonium Hydroxide is formed when Ammonia gas is mixed with water. This experiment is really useful in concluding that ammonia is highly soluble in water. Ammonium Hydroxide consists of an ammonium ion (NH4+) and a Hydroxide ion(OH-). The molecular formula can simply be determined with the criss-cross rule. The valencies of both ammonium ion and hydroxide ion are 1, so the rule suggests that the formula of ammonium hydroxide should be NH4OH. ] (More)
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When the name of an anion that is part of an acid ends in -ite, the acid name includes the suffix _____. (1 point) -ous -ic -ite -ate
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An -ate or -ite at the end of a compound name usually indicates that the compound contains _____. neutral molecules fewer electrons than protons only two elements a polyatomic anion
Weegy: An -ate or -ite at the end of a compound name usually indicates that the compound contains fewer electrons than protons. User: Which formula represents a base? (1 point) LiOH HNO2 HClO4 HCl Weegy: LiOH. Lithium hydroxide (LiOH) is a strong base. User: Which name identifies the acid HBr? hydrousbromide acid bromous acid hydrobromic acid hydrogen bromine acid (More)
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Which formula represents hydrofluoric acid? (1 point) HF HFO4 HFO H2F
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