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Q.1 0.1 mole of which of the reagents listed below[(1)to(6)]could be added to 1 litre of water to make 0.1M solutions of each of the following ions seprately?
(a)NH4^+ (b)CH3COO^- (c)Cl^-
(1) NH3 (2)NH4Cl (3) CH3COOH
(4)CH3COONa (5)HCl (6)NaCl

Q.2 Explain why CH3COOH2^+ is an acid?

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