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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Annie on Monday, March 11, 2013 at 2:37pm.

Iodine is mainly found in water in the trioxide ion, I3 which is formed by the combination of molecular iodine, I2 and Iodide, I-, according to the equation:
I2(aq) +I-(aq) <----> I3(aq)

QUESTION: how does the system in the equilibrium seem to respond to the changes applied to it with respect to the distribution of iodine considering that I2 will partition between the two phases I2(aq) <--> I2 (varsol)?

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