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Consider the following equilibrium:

CoCl42-(ac) + 6 H2O (l) = Co(H2O)62+ (ac) + 4 Cl-

what effect will adding NaOH have on the equilibrium and on K constant.

  • equilibrium shifts -

    the chemical reaction is the following:
    (CoCl4)^2- (ac) + 6 H2O (l) = ( Co(H2O)6)^2 + (ac) + 4 Cl-

    sorry it's not that understandable in the first post.

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