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The book specifies that adding water will only shift an equilibrium if the other products or reactants are not dilute. However, if they are dilute, it says that we can assume that the concentration is unchanged. Will this be specified, whether the products or reactants are dilute in solution or not, and how do we tell?
I'm not entirely sure, but to my understanding if products and reactants are aqueous then they are dissolved in water. So adding water would affect the concentration of products and reactants that are aqueous
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