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Unformatted text preview: 1. In this and the following questions, you will write net equations for the acid-base reactions that occur when aqueous solutions are mixed. You will be asked in a subsequent question whether these reactions are extensive. Instructions 1. You are urged to write the reaction on paper before transcribing it into WebAssign. 2. Write reactants and products in the following order: Acid(#1)(aq) + Base(#2)(aq) = Base(#1)(aq) + Acid(#2)(aq) , where Acid(#1) and Base(#1) are one conjugate pair, and Base(#2) and Acid(#2) are the other conjugate pair. On the reactant side, make sure you list the acid first! 3. Since these reactions are in water, all species are aqueous and should carry the (aq) label, except water, which should appear as a liquid, with the (l) label. 4. Use = (equal sign) for the reaction arrow. You will be asked in a later question whether or not each reaction is extensive. 5. As always, superscripts and subscripts will not appear as you type. Write subscripts as numbers, but use a ^ before each As always, superscripts and subscripts will not appear as you type....
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