Question:

Note: More than one of the following answers may be correct! S6+ is a cation that exists in water as a molecule called an oxyani

Note: More than one of the following answers may be correct! S6+ is a cation that
exists in water as a molecule called an oxyanion.
hydrolyzes water so strongly that at least six out of eight total protons are lost
from the four water molecules that originally hydrate the cation.
hydrolyzes water so strongly that the pka1 is very high and therefore difficult to
determine.
has a pKal value that is above 11.
has a pKal value that is between 6 and 11.
is an alkaline earth metal.
is an alkali metal.
causes little or no hydrolysis at neutral pH.
is often called a 'base cation.
O hydrolyzes water so strongly that the pKal is very low and therefore difficult to
determine.

Note: More than one of the following answers may be correct! S6+ is a cation that exists in water as a molecule called an oxyanion. hydrolyzes water so strongly that at least six out of eight total protons are lost from the four water molecules that originally hydrate the cation. hydrolyzes water so strongly that the pka1 is very high and therefore difficult to determine. has a pKal value that is above 11. has a pKal value that is between 6 and 11. is an alkaline earth metal. is an alkali metal. causes little or no hydrolysis at neutral pH. is often called a 'base cation. O hydrolyzes water so strongly that the pKal is very low and therefore difficult to determine.