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Posted by Heather on Thursday, March 18, 2010 at 3:59pm.

The reaction Co(H2O)6^+2 + 4Cl- <==> CoCl^-2 + 6H2O is at equilibrium. The right side is pink and the left side is blue. 1. What would happen if you added AgNO3? Would nothing happen? Or would the Ag+ react with the Cl- and shift the reaction left? 2. What would happen if acetone was added? would the solution become blue or pink at the top and why?

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