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Weak acid / base couples

- acids left, the strongest on top - bases right, the weakest on top - usual names behind (a. = acid)

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1 hydronium / water 2 chloric a. / chlorate 3 trichloroacetic a. / trichloroacetate 4 iodic a. / iodate 5 hexaquathallium(III) / pentaquahydroxothallium(III) 6 oxalic a. / oxalate 7 dichloroacetic a. / dichloroacetate 8 sulfurous a. / sulfite 9 hydrogenosulfate / sulfate 10 chlorous a. / chlorite 11 phosporic a. / dihydrogenophosphate 12 fluoroacetic a. / fluoroacetate 13 hexaquagallium(III) / pentaquahydroxogallium(III) 14 hexaquairon(III) / pentaquahydroxoiron(III) 15 chloroacetic a. / chloroacetate 16 bromoacetic a. / bromoacetate 17 hexaquavanadium(III) / pentaquahydroxovanadium(III) 18 nitrous a. / nitrite 19 iodooacetic a. / iodoacetate 20 fluorhydric a. / fluoride 21 acetylsalicic a. / acetylsalicylate 22 cyanic a. / cyanate 23 formic a. / formiate 24 lactic a. / lactate 25 ascorbic a. / ascorbate 26 benzoic a. / benzoate 27 anilinium / aniline 28 acetic a. / acetate 29 propionic a. / propionate 30 hexaquaaluminium / pentaquahydroxoaluminium 31 pyridinium / pyridine 32 hydroxylammonium / hydroxylamine 33 carbonic acid / hydrogencarbonate 34 sulfhydric a. / bisulfide 35 hydrogensulfite / sulfite 36 dihydrogenphosphate / hydrogenphosphate 37 hypochlous a. / hypochlorite 38 hexaquacadmium / pentaquahydroxocadmium 39 hexaquazinc / pentaquahydroxozinc 40 ammonium / ammonia 41 boric a. / dihydrogenoborate 42 hypobromous a. / hypobromite 43 cyanhydric a. / cyanide 44 trimethylammonium / trimethylamine 45 phenol / phenolate 46 hydrogencarbonate / carbonate 47 hypoiodous a. / hypoiodite 48 methylammonium / methylamine 49 ethylammonium / ethylamine 50 triethylammonium / triethylamine 51 dimethylammonium / dimethylamine 52 diethylammonium / diethylamine 53 hydrogenphosphate / phosphate 54 bisulfide / sulfide 55 water / hydroxide