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There are conventions for naming and constructing the formulas for acids and bases just as there are for other types of compounds. There are three main rules for naming acids, as shown in the table. For example, an acid that contains a hydrogen ion and an acetate anion is called acetic acid. Type of acid Hydrogen lon Nonmetal anion
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