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2. A strong acid is

  • An acid that completely dissociates in solution
  • pH=-log[H+(aq)]

3. Aqueous acids react with bases (eg MgO) forming

  • Salt and water
  • Salt carbon dioxide and water

4. As the [H+(aq)] for a strong acid is equal to the concentration of the acid, (therefore [H+(aq)] = [HA(aq)]) the pH

  • Can be easily calculated using pH = -log[H+(aq)]
  • Low

5. A large Ka value indicates a large extent of dissociation therefore

  • The acid is strong
  • The acid is weak
  • A small extent of dissociation therefore the acid is weak


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