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what is equilibrium molarity? can you diffrentiate it from analytical molarity? why analytical molarity of HCl is zero?

what is equilibrium molarity? can you diffrentiate it from analytical molarity?
why analytical molarity of HCl is zero?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Srinivas Rao
11 Points
10 years ago

Active mass of any amount of pure liquid or any amount of pure solid is one.

In the expression for equilibrium constant, the active masses of solids or pure liquids is raised to power zero because, any thing to the power zero is one, that refers to active mass=1.

Hope, this is what you are looking for, if context is chemical equilibrium!

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