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If you select the Ba(OH)2 solution, the reaction should change toward the left. Think about Qsp vs Kspgiven Mg(OH)2 => Mg++ + 2OH- & Ksp =
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If you choose the Ba(OH)2 solution, the reaction should transition toward the left. Think about Qsp vs Kspgiven Mg(OH)2 => Mg++ + 2OH- & Ksp =
great explanation, but why didnt you use, .6 as the concetration that (OH)so Ksp= 1.2x10-11Qsp= (X)(2x + .6)2 = (x)(~.6)2 = .36x1.4x10-4 x .36 = ~ 5 x 10-5 a preciptate tho forms, moving leftits late so ns am probably wrong, why am i up? however yes merely put anything through the commone ion will shift the rxn left. Additionally note the anything that is basic will be much more soluble in one acidid solution, so the a good way come think about it. The more acidic the more soluble.and...im out
Thanks because that correction, recyrb!! i remember friend for great explanation about nasty polyprotic Ka difficulty last time... GLuck for her exam and also am expecting your nice breakdown.
+1 to common ion explanation. Also, IIRC native Chad (it provides sense logically anyway) a compound that provides a basic solution by dissociating, below
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