A 4.00-L base solution contains 0.100 mol total of NaOH and Sr(OH)2. The pOH of the solution is 1.51. Determine the amounts (in moles) of NaOH and Sr(OH)2 in the solution.
Here, we have to find out whether a reaction is weak or strong acid.
An acid is said to be weak acid when it does not completely ionize in solution.
An acid is said to be strong when it ionizes completely in solution.