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Topic: explain clearly why 0.10 M HI (aq) and 0.10 M HCl(aq) both contain 0.10 M H3O+  (Read 3291 times)

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Offline BaO

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although HI is higher on the tble than HCl , explain clearly why 0.10 M HI (aq) and 0.10 M HCl(aq) both contain 0.10 M H3O+ (aq)

actually , i dont really get the question , may you help me figure it out?
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Because both are strong acids and will dissociate completely in aqueous medium.
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that's it? ouh, i didnt think it's that simple.
anyway, thank you Mitch!

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