Difference Between Strong Acid and Weak Acid

The difference between the strong acid and the weak acids are given below:

Strong Acids:

1. Strong acids ionize completely in an aqueous solution

2. It always loses H+, when dissolved in water

3. It possess high conductivity due to the presence of the unpaired atoms

4. Rate of reaction is faster

5. It contains ionic bonds

Weak Acids:

1. Weak acids ionize partially in an aqueous solution

2. It always loses less H+, when dissolved in water

3. It possesses low conductivity due to the presence of fewer unpaired atoms

4. Rate of reaction is slower

5. It contains covalent bonds

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