( from the previous chemistry question)hydration just means H2O would attach to the ions, right? would the H2O attach to the -F to form larger molecules? how does the entropy change from that?
hydration just means H2O would attach to the ions, right? would the H2O attach to the -F to form larger molecules? how does the entropy change from that?
if you have a reaction with an acid dissociation, where one HA goes to H + A how can the entropy be negative? I thought that one mole going to two moles would have positive entropy because of the greater disorder.
does oxyanion contain oxygen? I think it contains oxide, but I'm not sure about oxygen. Thanks in advance!
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