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The strength of an acid also has to do with its conjugate base anion's stability. If the anion is more stable after the loss of a proton, the acid is more likely to disassociate. In that case of strong acids, the loss of a proton creates a monoatomic anion, which is very stable and therefore it donates a proton readily.
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