On a power source such as a battery, the anode is labelled with a + (plus)
The cathode on the other side is labelled with a - (minus)
When ionic compounds ionize, they produce both positive and negative ions.
Anion- This is a negatively charged ion for example chloride ion (Cl⁻)
Cation- This is a positively charged ion for example sodium ion (Na⁺)
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consider the reaction below.
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at 500 k, the reaction is at equilibrium with the following concentrations.
[pci5]= 0.0095 m
[pci3] = 0.020
[ci2] = 0.020 m
what is the equilibrium constant for the given reaction?