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What is the net ionic reaction for a solution of ammonia is added to a dilute solution of acetic acid?

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Vinegar. (although it usually contains citric and tartaric acid as well)
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Acetic acid is a "weak" acid. Acids and bases behave like salts in the sence they split into positive and negative ions in water. Acids form positive Hydrogen ions and negative
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We have to find the concentration of acetic acid, for that first we have to find the moles of acetic acid. Moles = mass/molar mass. Moles = 0.0560/60.05 = 0.000932 Molarity = moles/
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