Why is conc. sulphuric acid weaker than dil. sulphuric acid?

Asked by  | 22nd Mar, 2008, 09:02: PM

Expert Answer:

sulphuric acid  ionises completely in dilute state to give hydronium ions so it is stong

H2SO4   +2H2O   →  2H3O+2OH-

BT in conc state it can not ionise completely  so it is weaker

Answered by  | 5th May, 2008, 06:17: PM

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