thank you yên ổn sure that is correct.
This is the experiment brifely
Reaction 1: Solid Potassium hydroxide dissolves in water to lớn size an aqueous solution of ions.
Reaction 2: An aqueous solution of Potassium hydroxide reacts with an aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid.
Reaction 3: Solid Potassium hydroxide reactions with an aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid.
Reaction 1 equation: KOH(s)==> K+ (aq)+OH- (aq)
Reaction 2 equation: H++OH- (aq)==> H2O(l)
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Reaction 3 equation: KOH(s)+H+==>H2O(l)+K+
after i get this it says in a question add the first net equation and the third and compare 2nd then, however it doesnt make sense because the equation is toally different when you add the 1st and 3rd, they are no where close to lớn the 2nd equation, so sánh is this question a trick question?