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Suppose that a 0.10 M aqueous solution of a monoprotic acid HX has just 11 times the conductivity of a 0.0010 M

aqueous solution of HX. What is the approximate dissociation constant of HX? (Hint: In thinking about this problem, consider what the ratio of the conductivities would be if HX were a strong acid and if HX were extremely weak, as limiting cases.)

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