P2O5 is the anhydride of H3PO4.
As2O5 is the anhydride of H3AsO4.
N2O5 is the anhydride of HNO3.
SnO2 is the anhydride of Sn(OH)4
BaO is the anhydride of Ba(OH)2
You know which are strong acids or bases; therefore, those go at the top (for weakest acid) to bottom (for strongest acid. Then look up the Ka or Kb values for the others to arrange them.
1.Arrange the following oxides in the order of increasing basicity. -Al2O3 -B2O3 -CaO -Ga2O3 -In2O3 -RaO 2.Arrange the following oxides in the order of most basic to most acidic. -Al2O3 -Cl2O7 -Cs2O -N2O5 -Na2O -P2O5 -SO3
thanks Dr.Bob, I got that question. I also have another question that I am having trouble on. I am being asked to arrange the oxides in each of the following groups in order of increasing basicity: (a) K2O, Al2O3, BaO (b) CrO3,
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