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23 January, 11:18

A 5.0 M solution of HCL in water has a proton concentration of _M

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  1. 23 January, 11:34
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    Hydrogen chloride, HCl, which is also commonly called as muriatic acid is an example of strong acids that when it is placed in water, it completely dissociates into the ions from it, the H + and Cl-. From the equation, we can see that there is only only H + in every HCl. Therefore, the answer is also 5.0 M of H+.
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