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Why is HNO3 a strong acid?
It is a strong acid because it very nearly completely dissociates (i.e. breaks apart into ##NO_3^(-1)## and H+ ions in solution.
That is the general definition of strong acids, bases, or electrolytes: They are that almost completely dissociate in water.