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(3 pts) For the following sets of compounds, place the compounds in order of
increasing acidity, and justify your answer
4.
Cl
он
Cl
он
он
он
IV
он
он
он
он
Cil
Ci
IV
Cl
он
он
он
Ci
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Transcribed Image Text:(3 pts) For the following sets of compounds, place the compounds in order of increasing acidity, and justify your answer 4. Cl он Cl он он он IV он он он он Cil Ci IV Cl он он он Ci
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