I have a confusion between two seemingly contradictory factors.
Since pH =-log[H+], it suggests that more the concentration of the acid, lesser will be its pH, and therefore the stronger it is. But, according to Ostwald's dilution law, the degree of dissociation of an electrolyte is directly proportional to the square root of dilution. Though this exact relationship is true only for weak electrolytes, I believe that the degree of dissociation of any electrolyte would increase with dilution, keeping the temperature constant. And, more the degree of dissociation, more would be the H+ions released, and stronger the acid.
Where am I wrong in my reasoning? Thanks in advance.(Please give me an answer and not just a comment)