Strong bases

by Jill

Acids and bases that are fully ionized when dissolved in water are called strong acids and strong bases. There are six strong acids, which have already been mentioned on this page.

The six most common strong bases are:

• Lithium hydroxide - LiOH
• Sodium hydroxide - NaOH
• Potassium hydroxide - KOH
• Rubidium hydroxide - RbOH
• Cesium hydroxide - CsOH
• Calcium hydroxide - Ca(OH)2

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by: Vera

To make the list complete for all strong bases, add:

• Strontium hydroxide: Sr(OH)2
• Barium hydroxide: Ba(OH)2

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