6th December 2019


What is a strong base and a weak base?

In chemistry, a weak base is a base that does not ionize fully in an aqueous solution. As Brønsted–Lowry bases are proton acceptors, a weak base may also be defined as a chemical base in which protonation is incomplete. This results in a relatively low pH compared to strong bases.

Likewise, people ask, what are the 7 strong acids and bases?

7 strong acids
  • hydrochloric acid. HCL.
  • hydrobromic acid. HBr.
  • Hydroiodic acid. HI.
  • Nitric acid. HNO3.
  • Perchloric acid. HClO4.
  • Sulfuric acid. H2SO4.
  • Chloric acid. HClO3.

What is an example of a strong base?

Bases feel slippery and taste soapy. A strong base is a base that breaks apart 100% in solution. For example, if solid sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is placed in water, the solids will completely break apart into equal amounts of sodium ions (Na+) and hydroxide ions (OH-).

Is a LiOH a strong base?

Hydroxides of all alkali metals are strong base but LiOH is least basic because the dissociation of LiOH is minimum in water.As LiOH is having maxmium covalent character because of Fajans' Rule.
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