What is the basic form for the names of binary acids?
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Here, we are going to discuss the basic form for the names of binary acids.
Binary acids can be named in two ways:
Binary acids can be named as pure compounds. In this state the nomenclature starts with ‘hydrogen’ and ends with the anion(negatively charged) with suffix -ide.
For example: HCl is named as Hydrogen chloride
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