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Hydrochloric acid is a strong acid. Acetic acid is a weak acid. Which statement about hydrochloric acid and acetic acid is correct?(1 point)

The dissociation constant for hydrochloric acid is greater than the dissociation constant for acetic acid.
The dissociation constant for hydrochloric acid is greater than the dissociation constant for acetic acid.

If the initial concentration of each acid is the same, then acetic acid will produce more H3O+ ions than hydrochloric acid.
If the initial concentration of each acid is the same, then acetic acid will produce more H, 3, O, +, ions than hydrochloric acid.

The pH of a solution of hydrochloric acid must be less than the pH of a solution of acetic acid.
The pH of a solution of hydrochloric acid must be less than the pH of a solution of acetic acid.

A solution of hydrochloric acid at equilibrium will have a greater concentration of solute than a solution of acetic acid at equilibrium.

i think it is b

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  1. I don't agree with b as the answer.

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    DrBob222
  2. The answer is C. The dissociation constant for hydrochloric acid is greater than the dissociation constant for acetic acid.

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  3. 1. NH2−
    2. H2O and NaBr
    3. Ca(OH)2
    4. The dissociation constant for hydrochloric acid is greater than the dissociation constant for acetic acid.
    5. decreasing the concentration of OH– ions
    For my connexous people I just took it and that's the answers it gave me Ur welcome.

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