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The carborane H(CHB11F11) was reported to be the strongest acid known, as revealed by its protonation of carbon dioxide to form the proton disolvate H(CO2)2+. The following article was highlighted on ChemistryViews.
See: The Strongest Acid: Protonation of Carbon Dioxide
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