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Write equatios for the ionization of the following acids.
(a)HF , (b)H2SO3 , (c)CH3COOH , (d)HNO3.

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    HF ==> H^+ + F^-
    H2SO3 is diprotic and has two ionizations.
    The others follow the same pattern as above.

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