Why does a strong acid have a weak conjugate base, whereas a weak acid has a relatively strong conjugate base?
The conjugate bases of strong acids are neutral.
Since strong acids completely dissociate in water, their conjugate bases cannot bond to a
This is why there is not an equilibrium when strong acids are in water.
Weak acid conjugate bases, however, have the ability to bond to
Just remember the 6 strong acids and that their conjugate bases will not bond to a proton.