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Specific Heat Capacity
The quantity of energy required to raise the temperature of a 1g sample of something by 1° Celsius
acid formula (aq) + water (l) → anion of the acid (aq) + H₃O(aq)
How to write Ionization reactions for acids
For simple acids, after the prefix hydro, the root name of the simple anion follows with an __ on the end
For polyatomic acids, the first part is the name of the anion which is shortened and the suffix __ is added to the end if the anion ends in "ate"
For polyatomic acids, the first part is the name of the anion which is shortened and the suffix ___ is added to the end if the anion ends in "ite"
bases are just named as _____ _________ if they contain hydroxide ions (except ammonia of course)
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