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Remember that **HClO _{3} is a strong, monoprotic oxyacid**. It’s a strong oxyacid since there are 2 more O than H in the formula.

Recall that ** strong acids** completely dissociate in water and that

HClO_{3}(aq) + H_{2}O(l) → H_{3}O^{+}(aq) + ClO_{3}^{–}(aq)

What is the pH of 252.185 mL of a 3.52 x 10 ^{-4 }M HClO_{3} solution?

A. 4.05

B. 10.55

C. 2.82

D. 3.45

E. the pH can't be calculated without the value of K _{a}