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Which acid-base chemical reaction is irreversible?(1 point)

strong acid added to water
water on its own
weak base added to water
weak acid added to water

Hydrochloric acid is a strong acid. Acetic acid is a weak acid. Which statement about hydrochloric acid and acetic acid is correct?(1 point)

If the initial concentration of each acid is the same, then acetic acid will produce more H, 3, O, +, ions than hydrochloric acid..
A solution of hydrochloric acid at equilibrium will have a greater concentration of solute than a solution of acetic acid at equilibrium.
The pH of a solution of hydrochloric acid must be less than the pH of a solution of acetic acid.
The dissociation constant for hydrochloric acid is greater than the dissociation constant for acetic acid.

Use the information in the table to answer the question.
Acid pH of Solution
HA 5.6
HB 3.9
HC 4.7

Which list shows the acidic solutions in order from least conductive of electricity to most conductive?
(1 point)

HB, HC, HA
HA, HB, HC
HA, HC, HB
HC, HB, HA
Which change would decrease the pH of a base in a solution at equilibrium?(1 point)
decreasing the amount of water added to the solute
increasing the strength of the base.
increasing the initial concentration of solute
decreasing the concentration of OH– ions

Acid Base Solutions Quick Check

hellpp please

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  1. to Chewwyyyyy if you could be more specific on what you need ancensored i might be able to help

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  2. It really is quite difficult to distinguish questions that don't have a number from one another as well as to distinguish questions from possible answer choices and answers choices can't be distinguished from each other. For the question about reversible reactions note that ANY reaction is reversible. Even reactions that go to so-called completion are reversible to some extent although that may be VERY little.

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  3. if you want help narrow it down to a few questions and simplify them sorry if this is annoying but i cant quite get a grasp on what your trying to ask hera

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  4. ill be the one to actually help
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    HA, HC, HB
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  5. @pp You got me a 1/4
    Which acid-base chemical reaction is irreversible?
    Strong acid added to water

    Hydrochloric acid is a strong acid. Acetic acid is a weak acid. Which statement about hydrochloric acid and acetic acid is correct?
    The dissociation constant for hydrochloric acid is greater than the dissociation constant for acetic acid.

    Which list shows the acidic solutions in order from least conductive of electricity to most conductive?
    HA, HC, HB

    Which change would decrease the pH of a base in a solution at equilibrium?
    decreasing the concentration of OH– ions

    That works for Connexus anyway.

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  6. Hewwo was absolutely correct got a 4/4

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  7. @Hewwo WOOOOOO thank you!! :)

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  8. Thank youuuuuuu

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  9. Hewwo is correct!

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  10. hewwo is correct we must praise him as a hero

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  11. Idk about hewo, but for me, it’s the mcchicken

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  12. I got 1/4 right it would have helped if @pp had put what the actual answers were and not just the letter

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