HBrO$_4$ : Perbromic Acid KIO$_3$ : Potassium Iodate NaBrO$_2$ : Sodium Bromite HIO : Hypoidous Acid
Work Step by Step
The rules of writing the names of acids all depends on whether the anion has oxygen or not. If it has oxygen it will: 1. End in -ate you add the suffix of -ic. 2. Ends in -ite which you replace with -ous To see the most important acids and examples of how they are written, see chapter 2, tables 2.7 and 2.8.