2. Determine the formula of the parent acid resulting from the hydration (addition of water) of each of the following oxides. To find the formula of the acid, add the indicated number of water molecules to the formula. Finally, divide through if the formula is divisible by some common factor. No. of H2O to Add                      Formula of Parent Acid a. SO2   1    b. B2O3   3  c. CO2   1  d. P4O10   6

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2. Determine the formula of the parent acid resulting from the hydration (addition of water) of each of the following oxides. To find the formula of the acid, add the indicated number of water molecules to the formula. Finally, divide through if the formula is divisible by some common factor.

No. of H2O to Add                      Formula of Parent Acid

a. SO2   1   

b. B2O3   3
 
c. CO2   1
 
d. P4O10   6

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