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8. You are given two beakers, A and B, with colorless liquids in htem. What two tests would you perform to determine which one is a strong acid and which one is a weak acid? Be specific with the test and the results as well as how you would determiine which is which.

Don't you just stick PH paper and tell from there to tell which one is stronger acid???????

That seems to simple to me...
my teacher wrote in the answer key
"so many"
very helpful =_=

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  1. strong acid is one that is completely ionized. pH tells concentration, you are not looking for the one most concentrated. Which one will conduct electricity better, and why?

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