What is the strongest known acid?

sulphuric acid
chloric acid
nitric acid
fluoroantimonic acid
Flu­o­roan­ti­mon­ic acid is an ionic liquid created by reacting hydrogen fluoride with antimony pentaflu­o­ride in sto­i­chio­met­ri­cal­ly equiv­a­lent amounts. The 1:1 com­bi­na­tion forms the strong­est known su­peracid, 10^16 (10 quadrillion) times stronger than 100% sulfuric acid.

Answers distribution

sulphuric acid
chloric acid
nitric acid
fluoroantimonic acid
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flagFrance
0%
7%
0%
92%
13
flagRussia
5%
5%
15%
75%
20
flagNorway
16%
16%
3%
64%
31
flagUkraine
18%
12%
6%
62%
32
flagthe United Arab Emirates
9%
18%
9%
59%
22
flagMalaysia
22%
16%
5%
55%
18
flagthe Philippines
20%
12%
12%
54%
24
flagAustralia
30%
8%
8%
52%
36
flagCanada
25%
11%
13%
50%
36
flagthe Netherlands
25%
17%
7%
50%
28
flagthe United Kingdom
27%
11%
11%
49%
249
flagPoland
24%
19%
8%
46%
7108
flagUnknown
28%
20%
7%
42%
304
flagthe United States
28%
15%
13%
41%
440
flagGermany
18%
28%
14%
38%
75
flagPakistan
52%
5%
5%
36%
38
flagIndia
43%
7%
13%
35%
287
flagNigeria
43%
6%
18%
31%
16
flagRepublic of Ireland
33%
27%
16%
22%
18
flagItaly
42%
19%
23%
14%
21

Gender

men50%
women39%
sulphuric acid
23%
28%
chloric acid
18%
22%
nitric acid
7%
8%
fluoroantimonic acid
50%
39%

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