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Analyzing each salt:
C6H5NH3+ → protonated amine → acidic
NO3- → conjugate base of HNO3 (strong acid) → neutral
acidic + neutral → acidic salt
Rank the following 0.10 M solution in order of increasing pH.
c. C6H5NH3NO3, NaNO3, NaOH, HOC6H5, KOC6H5, C6H5NH2, HNO3
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