Reactions in aqueous solutions. Chapter 6 moving into chapter 7. Review. Two parts to a reaction reactants (what you start with) and products (what you make) In the middle is always a “ ” (yields sign), this separates the products and reactants. An example.
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Reactions in aqueous solutions
Chapter 6 moving into chapter 7
Water is a polar molecule (meaning it has a positive and
The positive side attaches itself to anions and the
negative side attaches to cations, water then
rips the ions away from each other, allowing the
ions to float freely in the water.