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Solution: Based on the entries in the following table, which element is most commonly bonded to the acidic hydrogen?
TABLE Some Weak Acids in Water at 25 oC

Solution: Based on the entries in the following table, which element is most commonly bonded to the acidic hydrogen? TABLE Some Weak Acids in Water at 25 oC

Problem

Based on the entries in the following table, which element is most commonly bonded to the acidic hydrogen?
TABLE Some Weak Acids in Water at 25 oC

The figure shows a table of some weak acids. Chlorous acid has the structure of HOClO. Hydrofluoric acid has the structure of HF. Nitrous acid has the structure of HONO, with a double bond between the nitrogen atom and the second oxygen atom (from left to right). Benzoic acid has the structure of HOC, with an O atom double-bonded and a benzene ring attached to the carbon atom. Acetic acid has the structure of HOCCH, with an O atom double-bonded to the first (from left to right) carbon atom and two H atoms attached to the second carbon atom. Hypochlorous acid has the structure of HOCl. Hydrocyanic acid has the structure of HCN, with a triple bond between the carbon atom and the nitrogen atom. Phenol has the structure of HO, with a benzene ring attached to the oxygen atom.