Does dilute acid contain any hydroxyl ions. Explain with diagram.
Asked by | 19th Mar, 2008, 12:35: PM
This definition is based on a generalization of the earlier Arrhenius definition to all autodissociating solvents. In all such solvents there is a certain concentration of a positive species, solvonium cations and negative species, solvate anions, in equilibrium with the neutral solvent molecules. For example:
or even some aprotic systems.
Answered by | 6th Jun, 2008, 06:02: AM
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