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Steven S. Zumdahl
ISBN: 9781133611097

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9th Edition
Steven S. Zumdahl
ISBN: 9781133611097
Textbook Problem

Students are often surprised to learn that organic acids, such as acetic acid, contain —OH groups. Actually, all oxyacids contain hydroxyl groups. Sulfuric acid, usually written as H2SO4, has the structural formula SO2(OH)2, where S is the central atom. Identify the acids whose structural formulas are shown below. Why do they behave as acids, while NaOH and KOH are bases?

  a. SO(OH)2 b. ClO2(OH) c. HPO(OH)2

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The acids are to be identified from the given structural formula.

Concept introduction:

The acid in which acidic protons are attached to oxygen atom is known as oxyacid.

If a compound contains H+ ion, then it is an acid whereas if a compound contain OH ion, then it is a base.

Explanation

To identify: The acids from the given structural formula of SO(OH)2 ; the reason that SO(OH)2 behaves as acid whereas NaOH and KOH behaves as base.

The given structural formula is SO(OH)2 . It is an oxyacid. The name of acid is sulfurous acid and usually written as H2SO3

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The acids are to be identified from the given structural formula.

Concept introduction:

The acid in which acidic protons are attached to oxygen atom is known as oxyacid.

If a compound contains H+ ion, then it is an acid whereas if a compound contain OH ion, then it is a base.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The acids are to be identified from the given structural formula.

Concept introduction:

The acid in which acidic protons are attached to oxygen atom is known as oxyacid.

If a compound contains H+ ion, then it is an acid whereas if a compound contain OH ion, then it is a base.

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