14.13 c

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Evelyn L 1H
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14.13 c

Postby Evelyn L 1H » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:27 pm

The solutions manual says the half reactions of Cl2 + H2 --> HCL are Cl2+2e --> 2Cl and 2H+ + 2e --> H2
How can you just split up HCL into H and Cl and then add them together to get HCL?

Clarisse Wikstrom 1H
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Re: 14.13 c

Postby Clarisse Wikstrom 1H » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:49 pm

Because HCl is a strong acid and likely to dissociate into it's ions.


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