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Strong Bases


Like a strong acid, a strong Arrhenius base is a completely or almost completely ionized compound. Therefore, the concentration of hydroxide ions in a strong primary reaction is the same as the concentration of undissociated alkali. Common examples of stable Arrhenius bases are alkali metal and alkaline earth metal hydroxides, including NaOH and Ca(OH)2. Very stable base can deprotonate weakly acidic CH groups in the absence of water.

List of bases Stronger than OH- ion :-

H- , O -2 , (O2)2- , O2- , N-3 , P-3 , As-3 , Sb-3 , Bi-3 , NH-2 , NH2-       

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Hari Oye Pele Sole, News Paper Aaj Sab Bikenge India & America mein

( हरि औए पीले सोले , न्यूज़  पेपर आज  सब  बिकेंगे  इंडिया & अमेरिका  मे।)

 

ION      NAME           TRICK  
H-         Hydride           Hari
O -2      Oxide               Oye
(O2)2-   Peroxide          Pile
O2-       Super Oxide     Sole
N-3       Nitride             News
P-3        Phosphide        Paper
As-3      Aresnide           Aaj
Sb-3      Stebenide         Sub
Bi-3       Bismuthide      Bikega
NH-2     Imide              India &
NH2-     Amide         America mein


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