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Acid/Base Strength

cava chem 303 s2d33 3.09 Strength of Acids and Bases

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A strong acid [...] completely in water. A strong acid dissociates completely in water.
[...] acids do not ionize (dissociate) completely in water. Weak acids do not ionize (dissociate) completely in water.
The dissociation of an acid is described by using the acid dissociation [...]. The dissociation of an acid is described by using the acid dissociation constant.
Remember that square brackets mean "the [...] of." Remember that square brackets mean "the concentration of."
A [...] base is one that dissociates completely in water. A strong base is one that dissociates completely in water.
Weak bases do not dissociate [-ly] in water. Weak bases do not dissociate completely in water.
A base also has a dissociation [...], just like an acid. A base also has a dissociation constant, just like an acid.
Created by: mr.shapard