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Solution: Two monoprotic acid solutions (A and B) are titrated with identical NaOH solutions. The volume to reach the equivalence point for solution A is twice the volume required to reach the equivalence point

Problem

Two monoprotic acid solutions (A and B) are titrated with identical NaOH solutions. The volume to reach the equivalence point for solution A is twice the volume required to reach the equivalence point for solution B, and the pH at the equivalence point of solution A is higher than the pH at the equivalence point for solution B. Which statement is true?
a. The acid in solution A is more concentrated than in solution B and is also a stronger acid than that in solution B.
b. The acid in solution A is less concentrated than in solution B and is also a weaker acid than that in solution B.
c. The acid in solution A is more concentrated than in solution B and is also a weaker acid than that in solution B.
d. The acid in solution A is less concentrated than in solution B and is also a stronger acid than that in solution B.