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We have a 0.35 M HClO2 acid solution in water and K = 1.0 x 10-2. (1) How are acids categorised as 'weak' and 'strong' given a list of pKa values and based on your answer, how would you categorise

We have a 0.35 M HClO2 acid solution in water and K = 1.0 x 10-2. (1) How are acids categorised as 'weak' and 'strong' given a list of pKa values and based on your answer, how would you categorise HCIO2? Calculate the pH of this solution. (iii) Buffers are based on mixtures of an acid and its conjugate base salt. If 0.45 M HClO2 solution also contained 0.25 M NaClO2 what would the pH of the resultant buffer solution be?

\We have a 0.35 M HClO2 acid solution in water and K = 1.0 x 10-2. (1) How are acids categorised as weak and strong given

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