Problem: What is the principle difference between a strong and weak acid?a. strong acids completely ionize while weak acids only partially ionizeb. strong acids are polyprotic while weak acids are monoproticc. when neutralized, strong acids form salt and water while weak acids only form waterd. strong acids have high concentrations of the hydroxide ion while in solution

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What is the principle difference between a strong and weak acid?

a. strong acids completely ionize while weak acids only partially ionize
b. strong acids are polyprotic while weak acids are monoprotic
c. when neutralized, strong acids form salt and water while weak acids only form water
d. strong acids have high concentrations of the hydroxide ion while in solution

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