Chemistry

Equation to show how it ionizes in aqueous solutions:

example: HCLO4
HCLO4 + H2O---> H3O+ + CLO4-

KOH
Ba(OH)2
CsOH
NaOH

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  1. KOH + H2O ==> K^+(aq) + OH^-(aq)
    You may put the H2O over the arrow if you wish. The others are done the same way.

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