anonymous
  • anonymous
What kind of salt solution would be formed by dissolving NH4Cl in water? a. acidic b. basic c. neutral d. any of these possibilities
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anonymous
  • anonymous
since hcl is a strong acid i think it will be acidic
anonymous
  • anonymous
It forms an acid but ^ is not the reason. NH4+ is a stronger acid than water (pKa ~9 vs. pKa ~16). So, the water will pick up a proton from the NH4+, creating H30+ molecules and making the solution acidic.
anonymous
  • anonymous
right Math - I stand corrected

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thanks guys!!

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