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Formulas Lesson 9: Naming Polyatomic Acids (Oxy-Acids) and Bases

The following episode looks at oxy-acids and bases nomenclature. Look over the Polyatomic ions as well as Polyatomic Variations. These acids end in -ic acid or -ous acid depending on it's Polyatomic derivative. Bases contain the polyatomic hydroxide. Download this episode for free from iTunes by typing the word "PapaPodcasts" in the search window.
Length: 05:42

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