12.9 part d

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12.9 part d

Postby Michelle_Nguyen_3F » Wed Nov 30, 2016 11:15 pm

Which of the following reactions can be classified as reactions between Bronsted acids and bases? For those that can be so classified, identify the acid and base. (Hint: It may help to write the net ionic equations.)

d)
*Note: "am" indicates that liquid ammonia is the solvent.

How do you solve for this? Also, how would you write the net ionic equation? Thank you!

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Re: 12.9 part d

Postby Chem_Mod » Fri Dec 02, 2016 11:35 am

Good question. The first thing to note here is that the reaction takes place in liquid ammonia. That is, not in water (no hydronium ions).

Because NH4+ from NH4I is converted into NH3, there is a proton donated to the NH2-.


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