Acids are molecules that release hydrogen ions in aqueous solution. These compounds are named using a system that is discussed here. Here is a table of various mono- and polyatomic anions that are considered acids when they pair with one or more hydrogen atoms (protons). Use your knowledge of these naming conventions to assign the proper acid name to each anion.
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A video on how to name acids with practice questions available underneath the video.