what was the question specifically?From memory I said that acid one was stronger however there was a higher concentration of acid two. Backed this up my referencing to the graph. For the example about a salt produced for the second part do you think CH3COOK would work?
+1 but I said instead that there was a high concentration of acid two because it had a low pH and I didnt want to assume that acid one was dilute because it had a pH of 1. Im fairly sure what you said is right I was just being cautious.Yeah I put the salt as CH3COOK, The first acid was stronger as it had a steeper titration curve, the second was weaker as it had a shallower titration curve. The first was more dilute because it took less to neutralise than the second because it was further left.