Exam II - 1 Introduction to Chemistry 11 June 2019 Exam II Sugar is very soluble in water and yet is a nonelectrolyte Explain Not all substances that

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1 Introduction to Chemistry 11 June 2019 Exam II Sugar is very soluble in water, and yet is a nonelectrolyte. Explain. Not all substances that are soluble in water produce ions that conduct electricity. Sugar is a good example of a molecular substance that does not produce ions when dissolved in water and is, therefore, a nonelectrolyte. Suppose that a compound “Q” can be made from the reaction of two other compounds, “A” and “Z”. 1.Write a balanced equilibrium expression (‘equation’) for this reaction. 2.If K = 101, what is the ratio of reactants to products at equilibrium? 3.Explain the effect on the equilibrium of:
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