during dillution (ie. acid into water) what happens to the ions they increases or decreases? please explain.
Asked by shrishtilakhera | 15th Jun, 2015, 08:35: PM
During dilution of acid such as HCl with water, the HCl molecules ionise to give H+ and Cl- ions. Hence, in aqueous solution of acid the ions increases as per their dissociation strength.
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 16th Jun, 2015, 09:01: AM
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