Problem: A solution of an acid has pH = 3.0. What is true about the strength of this acid? a. Strong acid b. Weak acid c. Worse acid than water d. Need more information

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Best answer for this is D because both weak and strong acids can have a pH of 3. Choice C states that the 

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A solution of an acid has pH = 3.0. What is true about the strength of this acid? 

a. Strong acid 

b. Weak acid 

c. Worse acid than water 

d. Need more information

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