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# How do the Ka values for weak and strong acids compare?

The greater the K_a value for an acid is relative to the strength of the acid, or the magnitude at which it will disassociate in water.

The closer the K_a value is to one the stronger it is (the term "strong acid" means that it completely disassociates).

If you can remember the 6 strong acids you'll know that all other acids are weak: HCl HBr HI H_2SO_4 HClO_4 HNO_3