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    Question attached. Also because option D is untrue as well, does it mean diluting a weak acid will alter its pH the same as diluting a strong acid?
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    Question attached. Also because option D is untrue as well, does it mean diluting a weak acid will alter its pH the same as diluting a strong acid?
    Because decreasing pH means getting to a smaller number i.e MORE acidic
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    Because decreasing pH means getting to a smaller number i.e MORE acidic
    Oh yes! But what about option D? Does diluting a weak acid and strong acid have same effect on pH?
 
 
 
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