Would a dilute solution of HC1 also be weak?
It does not matter whether or not HCl is dilute because either way it's a strong acid. Strong and weak are based on its percentage of ionization whereas diluting affects the concentration of the ions.
A dilute solution of HCl is not weak.
It does not matter whether or not HCl is dilute because either way it's a strong acid. Strong and weak are based on its percentage of ionization whereas diluting affects the concentration of the ions. A dilute solution of HCl is not weak. Read More
It would be named as a dilute solution of a weak acid. Read More
The pH number of a dilute solution of a weak base is a little over 7. Read More
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. Read More
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No a dilute acidic solution can be made from a very strong acid. Read More
A dilute acid is one that is not very concentrated. You can make an acid solution more dilute by adding water. Note that you have to be careful with the terms strong and weak; very strong acids can also be very dilute. Strong and weak characterize the acid's ability to dissociate in an aqueous solution, independent of concentration. Read More
No. A weak acid is an acid that only partially dissociates in water. A dilute acid is a solution in which an acid, weak or strong, exists in a low concentration in water. Read More
Examples are: gasoline, liquid detergent, liquid insecticide, WC cleaning solution, vinegar, wine, beer, etc. Read More
it acts as a weak acid. Read More
this is because a dilute solution of acetic acid doesnt conduct electricity as well as a dilute solution of nitric acid at the same concentration. Read More
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. Read More
Can a dilute solution of a strong acid ever have a higher pH than a more concentrated solution of a weak acid?
Certainly. Read More
1_dilute or weak solution contains a small amount of solute dissolved in a large amount of solvent Read More
What happens when hydrochloric acid phenolphthaliein and dilute sodium hydroxide solution are mixed?
You will end up with a weak acid that is colorless. Read More
strong acids and bases dissociate completely; weak acids and bases dissociate only partially. In contrast, the term dilute and concentrated are used to indicate the consentration of a solution, which is the amount of acid or base dissolved in the solution. It is possible to have dilute solutions of strong acids and bases and concentrated solutions of weak acids and bases. Read More
A dilute solution is a liquid consisting of a chemical of interest to which has been added water or another solvent to create a mixture in which the chemical of interest is present at much lower concentration than before. Adding more water to a drink is an example of diluting the drink. When so much water is added that the drink tastes really weak, then you have a dilute solution of the drink. Read More
Not necessarily, if a solution of a strong acid is very dilute it will have a higher pH than some weak acids in higher concentrations. Read More
Thats a silly question, it cant change if you dilute it, if you dilute it it should stay to an easy pH of 7 or it could change to a weak acid/base. Its not that hard. Read More
PH is 3 Is the solution a very dilute solution of a weak acid or a more concentrated solution of a strong acid Propose a way to answer the question?
the solution is a very strong acidic solution because the closer to 0 the pH value is the stronger the pH of the solution/substance. Read More
An electrolyte is said to be concentrated, in a solution which has high concentration of ions. It is said to be dilute in a low concentration of ions solution. The electrolyte is strong, if a high proportion of the solute dissociates to form free ions. The electrolyte is weak, if most of the solute does not dissociate. Read More
The strength of an acid is independent of its concentration. HCl will always be a strong acid due to the high dissociation constant (Ka) Read More
no, a dilute acid is any acid, strong or weak, that is in a low concentration. a weak acid ionizes to a small degree in water. Read More
The opposite of weak is strong. Where weak means dilute, the opposite is concentrated. Read More
The weak base is not complete dissociated in water solution. Read More
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. Read More
Not really, in the sense that that's not a part of the definition. In practice, it may be the case, but the real definition is that strong acids fully dissociate in dilute solution and weak acids don't. Read More
Sulfuric acid is strong, not a weak acid, because at least one H+ (proton) is fully dissociated when in dilute solution. Read More
It depends on how dilute. In general hydrochloric acid is a strong acid. Read More
It would be an acid since it is less then 7. Also, it is typically a weak acid since is it near a pH of 7 which is a neutral solution. acid Read More
Concentrated acid means there's a lot of it; that is, a high concentration. By convention, "concentrated" means "straight out of the stock bottle," for some acids this is nearly pure and for others it's not (phosphoric acid is typically supplied as a solution that's about 70% w/w phosphoric acid, for example). Lab bottles labeled "dilute" usually contain a 6M solution unless otherwise specified. Strong acid means that it fully dissociates in water (at least the… Read More
They are pretty much the same. The only difference might be that the weak acid was always weak and the dilute acid used to be stronger and then got watered down, or diluted. But, essentially they can both have the same pH and be called either one. Read More
For acids, "weak" and "strong" have nothing to do with concentration. They're intrinsic properties of the specific acid. So that part of the question is unanswerable. Whether it would be harmful or not also depends on the acid. Acetic acid at that concentration is very dilute vinegar. Prussic acid at that concentration is highly toxic. Read More
An acid that does not disassociate completely in solution, that is the protons are not donated completely in solution as a strong acid would be. Some weal acids only donate about 1% of their protons to the solution. They are weak conductors of electricity because of this characteristic. Read More
Not necessarily. Although a very dilute strong base can produce a pH of 10, so can a weak base such as ammonia. Read More
A solution containing either a weak acid or a weak acid its saltor a weak base and its salt? Read More
A semi-basic solution Read More
No, in the same way a dilute acid can be classed as a strong acid. Even very dilute sodium hydroxide is still classed as a strong base. Read More
A buffered solution Read More
A weak acid has a pH number that is closer to neutral. Its pH rating is between 5-6.9. A dilute acid is an acid that's particles are spread apart. If you give it a pH test it will still have a high, or low, rating. The difference is that a weak acid is all the acid and a dilute acid has something else in it, but it doesn't change the pH number. Read More