Friday
September 19, 2014

Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Chrissy on Friday, April 13, 2007 at 2:09pm.

Would it be correct to say that it is harder for a weak electrolyte to dissociate in a solution than it is for a stronger electrolyte to dissociate? If a weak electrolyte can't dissociate completely it wouldn't be able to form an equilibrium reaction right?

yes

Second question: No Equilibrium does not depend on complete dissociation. At equilibrium, the rate of dissociation is equal to the rate of reassociation.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Chemistry - Why will a reaction that forms a very weak electrolyte not form an ...
Chem - Can you please tell me if these are right? Classify the solutes in the ...
chemistry - What is the difference between a strong electrolyte and a weak ...
science - compare table salt with glucose table salt is a strong electrolyte ...
Chemistry - A watch is to be electroplated with gold. - provide a solution that ...
chemistry - 4. Give two reasons why graphite (carbon) electrodes are used in ...
Chemistry - How can I tell whether something is a weak, strong, or non-...
Chemistry - A watch is to be electroplated with gold. - provide a solution that ...
chemistry - What does it mean to say that the ions of an electrolyte behave ...
chem - I am posed with a question which, in order to be solved, needs the Van't ...

Search
Members