Ive gone blank, an exam question asks to write the equation for KCL with H2SO4 and i really have no clue. Please someone EXPLAIN this to me in depth. Ive forgotten equations. Cheers.
My guess would be Hcl + KHso4 only reason for thinking this is usually and H does end up with the cl producing HCL and then that would leave Hso4 with a - charge, K+ could then bind with this producing the neutral compound which is potassium hydrogen sulphate.
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