14.5 6th Edition Question Hw

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14.5 6th Edition Question Hw

Postby Marina Gollas 1A » Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:35 am

How come we cannot do:
2 O(3) (aq) becomes 3 O(2) (g)
in the redox reaction:
O(3) (aq) + Br-(aq) becomes O(2) (g) + BrO(3)- (aq)
The solutions manual had stated the half reaction differently but why wouldn't this be correct?

Marina Gollas 1A
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Re: 14.5 6th Edition Question Hw

Postby Marina Gollas 1A » Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:36 am

Is it because of the difference in the oxygen's state? Or just because we need to include H2O and OH- into it? Thank you for your help!:)


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