Fluoroantimonic acid

This week’s molecule is fluoroantimonic acid, which is the strongest acid in the world.

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It is so strong that the only material it does not dissolve and where it can be stored is teflon (polytetrafluoroethylene), which is  unreactive and can be used to store corrosive superacids.

Read more about this dangerous compound on Monday Molecule and learn more about superacids with this nice video!

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