Test: Physical Chemistry

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A researcher prepares two solutions. In solution A, he adds equal volumes of  hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide. In solution B, he adds equal volumes of  acetic acid and sodium hydroxide. What can you conclude about the relative concentrations of the salt produced in solution A and solution B?

Solution B will have a higher concentration of salt

Both will solutions will have equal concentration of salt

Cannot be determined without knowing the volume of the solutions

Solution A will have a higher concentration of salt

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