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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by John M. on Thursday, September 22, 2011 at 3:14pm.

I don't quite understand these questions..
Please help, thank you!


1. What happens Qualitatively on both the Macroscopic and Atomic Levels when Zinc, Iodine and Water are mixed? Does a Reaction occur?
2. If a Reaction does take place, are the Physical and Chemical Properties
of the Substances, isolated during and after the mixing, the Same as
or Different from those of Iodine and Zinc? Explain.
3. What are the Identities of the Three Substances that were Isolated?

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