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Two monoprotic acid solutions (A and B) are titrated with identical NaOH solutions. The

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Two monoprotic acid solutions (A and B) are titrated with identical NaOH solutions. The volume to reach the equivalence point for solution A is twice the volume required to reach the equivalence point for solution B, and the pH at the equivalence point of solution A is higher than the pH at the equivalence point for solution B. Which statement is true? a. The acid in solution A is more concentrated than in solution B and is also a stronger acid than that in solution B. b. The acid in solution A is less concentrated than in solution B and is also a weaker acid than that in solution B. c. The acid in solution A is more concentrated than in solution B and is also a weaker acid than that in solution B. d. The acid in solution A is less concentrated than in solution B and is also a stronger acid than that in solution B

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Chemistry 107 January 18 , 2017 Week 2 Chapter 12 (Continued) - Have many uses, & often known by common names: Cycloalkenes: Nomenclature Freons: Freon 22: CHClF 2 - The ring is considered the longest chain - Rules are the same as linear alkenes Solvents: CCl 4 - For mono-substituted rings, no # is needed Anesthetics: Halothane: CF CHBrCl

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