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What's the world's most acidic acid?


The world's most acidic acid is Fluoroantimonic acid, which is a mixture of hydrogen fluoride and antimony pentafluoride. This substance is a superacid that can be in excess of a quadrillion times stronger than 100% pure sulfuric acid.

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