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Well the Oxygen on your ether will attack the H from HI giving the following compound
The first step is an attack by Oxygen on H ...
The product of this reaction is provided. The solution is given in an attachment with a 100-150 word explanation and diagrams.
Chemistry Reactions: Standard Electrode Potential
Please help with the following chemistry problems.
Find the standard electrode potential, E°, and DG° for the following reaction:
4HIO3(aq) --> I2(s) + 2H2O + 5O2(g)
Is the reaction spontaneous? Can iodic acid exist?
Hint: HIO3 is ionized in water.View Full Posting Details