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    Why can't you make an ionic compund with


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    You can! Wiki "H3O"


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    You can make solid crystals of hydronium perchlorate. I wouldn't recommend it though. In order to make solid H3O+ salts you need an anion that's a worse base than water. Perchlorate is the only one I know of, but there might be others. I'm not sure whether or not it would work with F-, but I've never heard of anyone doing it.
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    Actually you can make [H3O][H(CB11HCl11)] out of the Hydronium cation.

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    You can make solid crystals of hydronium perchlorate. I wouldn't recommend it though. In order to make solid H3O+ salts you need an anion that's a worse base than water. Perchlorate is the only one I know of, but there might be others. I'm not sure whether or not it would work with F-, but I've never heard of anyone doing it.
    Hmm... what about an experiment. Honestly though, I'm still bored that class hasn't started yet. That might help kill the boredom.
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