Chemistry

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For a system where:
NH2OH + CH3NH3+ --> CH3NH2 + NH3OH+
95% 95% 5% 5%

State of equilibrium in the system is described by the percentages given above.Which of the species above is the strongest acid in the system?
My answer is CH3NH3+, is it correct?

  1. george

    yes

  2. Alice

    No, I did the same online quiz and CH3NH3+ is not correct. Weakest aicd will be least reactive, that means it will have larger concentration,
    in this CH3NH3+ and NH3OH+ are functioning as acids, CH3NH3+ is 95%.
    so the strongest acid should be NH3OH+

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