# chemistry-check my work

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for each of the following pairs, determine which acid is the stronger acid.
A. H2S, HS-
B. H2SO3, H2SeO3
C. HBr, H2Se
D. HIO4, HIO3
E. H2S, H2O

a. H2S
b. H2SO3
c. HBr
d. HIO3
e. H2S

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