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Which acids can act as strong oxidizers, apart from Nitric acid?
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Which acids can act as strong oxidizers, apart from Nitric acid?

Oxidizing acids dissociate to give anions that do act as oxidants. They possess a pKa value below -2, or a pH value less than 2. Sulfuric acid, nitric acid, perchloric acid, chlorosulfonic acid, chloric acid, nitrosulfuric acid, selenic acid.
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