Vinegar is a weak solution of acetic acid.
A solution containing either a weak acid or a weak acid its saltor a weak base and its salt?
A buffered solution
A dilute solution generally has more water molecules than the active molecules in the solution and therefore is relatively more weak than a full-strength solution.
The number of hydrogen ions is what distinguishes a strong solution from a weak solution.
The weak acid becomes in unionized form
The pH number of a dilute solution of a weak base is a little over 7.
All bases produce hydroxide ions in solution. A weak base only partially ionizes in solution. Another way of putting it is that weak bases have incomplete protonation.
A weak base could be more corrosive than a strong base if the strong base was in a very dilute solution or if the weak base was extremely concentrated.
ts a concentrated solution.
No. it is a solution of acetic acid.
Adding a weak acid to solution, then using a strong base to neutralize some (half is best) of the weak acid will create a buffer.
If a weak acid is poured into a strong acid, if the solution aqueous, the solution will become more acidic.
Yes In theory, you could have a very weak solution of a strong acid and a stong solution of a weak acid and they would have the same pH.
A weak acid or a weak base.
The weak base is not complete dissociated in water solution.
A buffer solution contains both a weak acid and its conjugated weak base in a normal ratio between about 1 to 10 and 10 to 1. So the buffer solution consist of weak acid and its salt or a weak base and its conjugated acid.
it contain solvent