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Solution: Write the products for the following acid-base reaction. a) These reactions will be in equilibrium, and the equilibrium can favor one side or the other or be balanced (i.e. nearly equal). Indicate which side of the reaction is favored in the equilibrium either by use of arrows ⇌ or writing on one side of the reaction, “favored”. b) Draw the curved arrows to show the flow of e - for each of the reaction.

Problem

Write the products for the following acid-base reaction.

a) These reactions will be in equilibrium, and the equilibrium can favor one side or the other or be balanced (i.e. nearly equal). Indicate which side of the reaction is favored in the equilibrium either by use of arrows ⇌ or writing on one side of the reaction, “favored”.

b) Draw the curved arrows to show the flow of e for each of the reaction.