We’re being asked to determine which of the given pairs of conjugate base is stronger.
This is because the conjugate base of a strong acid does not react with water to reform the acid, making it a negligible conjugate base. On the other hand, the conjugate base of a weak acid reacts with water to reform the acid, making it a significant conjugate base.
Pick the stronger base from each of the following pairs.
a. ClO− or ClO4−
b.Cl− or H2O
c. NO2− or ClO−
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