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can u see if i did this right because i highly doubt i did
name each of the following acids:
a) HF i put Hydrogen fluoride
b) HBr i put hydrogen bromide
c) HNO3 don't know this one
d) H2SO4 didn't know this one either
e) H3PO4 i put Hydrogen phosphoric

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    a is ok. In SOLUTION this is hydrofluoric acid.
    b is ok. In SOLUTION this is hydrobromic acid.
    c. is nitric acid
    d. is sulfuric acid.
    e is phosphoric acid.

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