Question 12.3

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Alma Cruz 1A
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Question 12.3

Postby Alma Cruz 1A » Sat Jul 29, 2017 1:01 pm

When writing the equilibrium equations, is it necessary to state whether the acids/bases are considered liquids (l) or aqueous(aq)?

Savanna Gharibian 1A
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Re: Question 12.3

Postby Savanna Gharibian 1A » Sat Jul 29, 2017 1:24 pm

I would write it to be sure because you don't want to accidentally consider something in your calculations if it is a solid or liquid. I personally think it's better to have everything written out to know what you're doing.

Paul Wong1B
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Re: Question 12.3

Postby Paul Wong1B » Sun Jul 30, 2017 1:37 pm

Yes, it is required to write the state of matter that the components are in. Usually, the solvent will be written as a liquid and the other substances are aqueous because they are mixed with the water.


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