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Solution: Place the following in order of increasing acid strength.      HBrO2      HBrO3       HBrO      HBrO 4 A) HBrO2  <  HBrO4  <  HBrO   <  HBrO3 B) HBrO    <  HBrO2  <  HBrO3  <  HBrO4 C) HBrO2  <  HBrO3   <  HBrO4  <  HBrO D) HBrO4  <  HBrO2   <  HBrO3   <  HBrO E) HBrO    <  HBrO4   <  HBrO3   <  HBrO2

Problem

Place the following in order of increasing acid strength.

     HBrO2      HBrO3       HBrO      HBrO 4

A) HBrO2  <  HBrO4  <  HBrO   <  HBrO3

B) HBrO    <  HBrO2  <  HBrO3  <  HBrO4

C) HBrO2  <  HBrO3   <  HBrO4  <  HBrO

D) HBrO4  <  HBrO2   <  HBrO3   <  HBrO

E) HBrO    <  HBrO4   <  HBrO3   <  HBrO2