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Textbook Problem

In the following reaction of trichloroacetic acid, HC2Cl3O2, with formate ion, CHO2, the formation of trichloroacetate ion, C2Cl3O2, and formic acid, HCHO2 is favored.

HC 2 Cl 3 O 2 + CHO 2 C 2 Cl 3 O 2 + HCHO 2

Which is the stronger acid, trichloroacetic acid or formic acid? Explain.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

For the given reaction which is the stronger acid has to be explained.

Concept introduction:

Strong acid:

According to Arrhenius theory, a compound or a substance which completely ionized in a aqueous solution to give a hydronium ion and anion is said to be strong acid.

Strong base:

According to Arrhenius theory, a compound or a substance which completely ionized in a aqueous solution to give a hydroxide ion and cation is said to be strong base.

Explanation

The given reaction is

HC2Cl3O2+CHO2-

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