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I am stuck on question 5 (b) (iv) on page 7, http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/qp...W-MS-Jun01.pdf.
Why does there need to be two waters? How did they balance it?
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To balance the 4H
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To balance the 4H
Thanks but where did the 4H come from? why have 4H?
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2 balcane the waters.
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I am stuck on question 5 (b) (iv) on page 7, http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/qp...W-MS-Jun01.pdf.
Why does there need to be two waters? How did they balance it?
acidic means excess of H+ ions, in solution, of course there has to be waters.
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Thanks Dan Crew and z!D4N
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