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Arrange the following 0.10 M solutions in order of increasing H+ : HClO4 , H2SO4, NH4Br , KCN, KBr, KOH

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  1. If you want to make sure you are correct I would calculate the pH of 0.1M solutions of each, then you will know how to arrange them.
    I would look at the following:
    H2SO4
    HClO4
    NH4Br
    KBr
    KCN
    KOH

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  2. KOH

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