anonymous
  • anonymous
What is true of a strong acid? It ionizes close to 100 percent in water. It is a weak electrolyte. It does not conduct electricity in solution. It always has a high concentration.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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whpalmer4
  • whpalmer4
"strong" acids give up hydrogen ions when dissolving in water, and do so very nearly completely. a strong acid does not have to have a high concentration (you could mix a small quantity with a large volume of water, which would make a low concentration of a strong acid). strong acids make strong electrolytes (because they completely or almost completely ionize), and for that reason they are good conductors.

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