A strong acid ionizes...?

A strong acid ionizes:
100% ?

all the way baby 100%

strong means that is gives away all of the protons, thus totally dissociating
A strong acid like sulphuric acid or hydrochloric acid gets completely( 100%) ionized or dissassociated in water to yeild hydrogen ions. Infact dis is d difference b/w a strong & wealk acid. A weak acid only gets partially ionized in water.
A strong acid dissociates completely in an aqueous solution.
Therefore, ionization is always 100%.
there would be complete transfer of proton(H+) if strong acids like HCl and HNO3 are dissolved in water so ionization will be 100%

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