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(a) Rank the following four acids in order of increasing Brnsted acidity. CH3SH.. 2 H2F

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Problem 3.28

(a) Rank the following four acids in order of increasing Brnsted acidity. CH3SH.. 2 H2F .. .. .. CH3OH.. .. CH3OCH3 A B C H D (b) Rank the following compounds in order of increasing basicity. (Hint: Think about the acidity of the conjugate acids and the relationship between the acidities of acids and the basicities of their conjugate bases.) CH3O .. .. .. NH2 .. .. .. CH3OH.. A B C

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(a) Rank the following four acids in order of increasing Brnsted acidity. CH3SH.. 2 H2F