813056575718snapshotld=13245488id-563649068&takeld=4d7290492 b0cf5b&Q SearchScoring: Your score will be based on the number of correct matches minus the number ofincorrect matches. There is no penalty for missing matches.ReferencesUse the References to access important values if needed for this question.For the following reaction, K< 1. Classify each of the reactants and products based on theirstrength as Bronsted-Lowry acids or bases.C5H5N+ HC,H-O4CoH,O4 CsHzNHClear AllStronger Bronsted-LowryacidCoН,041. Classify B-L Acids/Bases by Strength: This is group attempt 1 of 5Regenerate GrouAutosaved at 10:45 PMNextBack10:4е10/14 Stronger Bronsted-LowryCoH-O4acidWeaker Bronsted-LowryCgH5NHacidStronger Bronsted-LowryC5H5NbaseWeaker Bronsted-LowryHC,H,O4basefy B-L Acids/Bases by Strength: This is group attempt 1 of 5Autosaved at 10:45 PMthp

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The following reactions all have K > 1.

1) C9H7O4- (aq) + HF (aq)  HC9H7O4 (aq) + F- (aq)
2) CH3COO- (aq) + HF (aq)  F- (aq) + CH3COOH (aq)
3) HC9H7O4 (aq) + CH3COO- (aq)  CH3COOH (aq) + C9H7O4- (aq)

Arrange the substances based on their relative acid strength.

CH3COOH

HF

F-

C9H7O4-

HC9H7O4

CH3COO-

strongest acid

intermediate acid

weakest acid

not a Bronsted-Lowry acid

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For the following reaction, K< 1. Classify each of the reactants and products based on their
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C5H5N+ HC,H-O4
CoH,O4 CsHzNH
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813056575718snapshotld=13245488id-563649068&takeld=4d7290492 b0cf5b& Q Search Scoring: Your score will be based on the number of correct matches minus the number of incorrect matches. There is no penalty for missing matches. References Use the References to access important values if needed for this question. For the following reaction, K< 1. Classify each of the reactants and products based on their strength as Bronsted-Lowry acids or bases. C5H5N+ HC,H-O4 CoH,O4 CsHzNH Clear All Stronger Bronsted-Lowry acid CoН,04 1. Classify B-L Acids/Bases by Strength: This is group attempt 1 of 5 Regenerate Grou Autosaved at 10:45 PM Next Back 10:4 е 10/14

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Stronger Bronsted-Lowry
CoH-O4
acid
Weaker Bronsted-Lowry
CgH5NH
acid
Stronger Bronsted-Lowry
C5H5N
base
Weaker Bronsted-Lowry
HC,H,O4
base
fy B-L Acids/Bases by Strength: This is group attempt 1 of 5
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Stronger Bronsted-Lowry CoH-O4 acid Weaker Bronsted-Lowry CgH5NH acid Stronger Bronsted-Lowry C5H5N base Weaker Bronsted-Lowry HC,H,O4 base fy B-L Acids/Bases by Strength: This is group attempt 1 of 5 Autosaved at 10:45 PM thp

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