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The experiments that proves Lactic acid is weak acid and equilibrium is reversible should be explained. Concept introduction: Acids can donate the H + ion, base can accept the H + ion. Strong acids ionize in water very easily, weak acid will ionize very slowly. Strong acid is one that completely ionizes (dissociates) in a solution (provided there is sufficient solvent). In water, acid HA dissolves and gives H + (as hydronium ion H 3 O + ion). A strong electrolyte that’s an acid or a base is also a strong acid or a strong base. A weak electrolyte that’s an acid or a base is also a weak acid or a weak base.

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The experiments that proves Lactic acid is weak acid and equilibrium is reversible should be explained.

Concept introduction:

Acids can donate the H+ ion, base can accept the H+ ion.  Strong acids ionize in water very easily, weak acid will ionize very slowly.  Strong acid is one that completely ionizes (dissociates) in a solution (provided there is sufficient solvent).  In water, acid HA dissolves and gives H+ (as hydronium ion H3O+ ion).  A strong electrolyte that’s an acid or a base is also a strong acid or a strong base.  A weak electrolyte that’s an acid or a base is also a weak acid or a weak base.

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