WHAT MAKES AN ACID STONG - ACID WANTS TO LOSE ITS H+ TO...

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WHAT MAKES AN ACID STONG? 1. COMPLETE DISSOCIATION 2. POLAR X—H BOND 3. ANION HAS MORE RESONANCE STRUCTURES
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THE MORE RESONANCE FORMS AN ACID’S ANION HAS, THE MORE STABILIZED THAT ANION IS. THE MORE STABILIZED AN ACID’S ANION IS, THE MORE THE
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Unformatted text preview: ACID WANTS TO LOSE ITS H+ TO BECOME STABILIZED. POLARITY DETERMINES HOW EASILY IT FOR THE ACID TO LOSE ITS H+. o THE MORE UNEQUAL THE SHARING OF E- ARE BETWEEN THE H AND X, THE MORE LIKELY H+ WILL FALL OFF FROM X....
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2010 for the course LYMAN BRIG LB 171 taught by Professor Cass during the Spring '10 term at Michigan State University.

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WHAT MAKES AN ACID STONG - ACID WANTS TO LOSE ITS H+ TO...

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