Thursday, February 11, 2010

Stump the Mom

What is the strongest acid know to man?
How many elements in the periodic table are 'artificial'?

1 comment:

Reed Stone said...

Fluoroantimonic acid can be as low as -25 on the pH scale. it is 2×10^19 (20 quintillion) times stronger than 100% sulfuric acid.

there is another fluorine based acid that reacts with just about anything and is a gas to boot. I just cant remember the name from my freshman chemistry class back in the day.