acid + base = salt
I think it might be C. not really sure.
i think C
Could be B though. not confident
I feel B could be correct as it is harder to neutralize a strong acid and it would be far easier to neutralize a weak acid with a strong base such as NaOH
I feel like I'm missing something. Is this possible to have the same volume of a weak acid and strong acid at the same pH?
Yes, remember that there are different concentrations of acids so it would be possible to have a weak acid and strong acid at the same volume with the same pH.
Some solutions of Acids are more concentrated than others is what I am trying to get across.
got you :)
so then if they have the same pH they would have the same concentration. Why wouldn't they use the same amount of NaOH to neutralize?
So what's the answer? C or B?
Well it takes more volume of highly concentrated strong base to neutralize a strong acid than it does to neutralize a weak acid of the same volume. I think.
that makes sense
Well, it was D.