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The Strongest Acids in the World

Inside chemistry labs, chemists work with what they call superacids. No one’s found a specific use for such a fantastically strong acid yet, but chemists are actively looking for one.

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A few popular sources say fluoroantimonic acid’s Hammett acidity function is -31.3 ( but actually it’s only -28: