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Assume you had a very magnified view of a solution of HCl that allowed you to "see" the HCl. Draw this magnified view. If you dropped in a piece of magnesium, the magnesium would disappear and hydrogen gas would be released. Draw this out using symbols to represent the elements, and write out the balanced equation.

HCl in solution is completely ionized, all that exists are ions.

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