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^yes, the more easily an acid/base dissociates the stronger it is. However, I don't think you'd actually know for sure unless you compared the acid/base dissociation constants, which we haven't used this quarter.
^ Whether an acid/base is strong or weak will tell us how it behaves in water. Strong acids and bases will ionize/dissociate completely in water, while weak acids and bases will not. This information is crucial in figuring out the molarity of a solution and how the addition of acids and bases affects the pH of the solution.
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