Monday, December 23, 2013

Dissociation of Water Molecules

Part A
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A water molecule that gains a hydrogen becomes a hydronium ion.
Part B
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This molecule was formed by the transfer of a hydrogen ion from one water molecule to another.
Part C
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A water molecule that loses a hydrogen ion is referred to as a hydroxide ion.
Part D
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The transfer of a hydrogen atom from one water molecule to another is referred to as dissociation.
Part E
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This is the correct equation for the dissociation of water molecules.
Part F
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The formation of hydronium results in the gain of 1 more proton than electron.
Part G
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A hydroxide ion is formed when a water molecule loses a hydrogen ion.
Part H
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One in half a billion.

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