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Just know polyprotics can dissociate more than once. For example, H2S04, which is a strong acid, dissociates to H+ and HSO4-. However, HSO4- could then dissociate to SO4^2- and H+. Also, know that the second dissociation is a lot harder than the first one, meaning that the second acid is a weaker acid compared to the first acid.
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