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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by kevin on Thursday, August 6, 2009 at 12:23pm.

Equillibrium, an example given by my textbook confused me.

First it shows a reaction inside a soft drink: co2(g)--><--co2(aq)
but than it says the reaction inside a soft drink would involve solubility equillibrium because it involves a change in solubility between solvent h20(l) and solute co2(g).

I did not think this reaction was solubility equillibrium, because there is no crystalization or dissolving. However, carbon dioxide is entering and leaving the dissolved state at the same rate so how can this be solubility equillibrium

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