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so in the following podcast, or discussing what might be occurring on a molecular level when a acetic acid is observed to dissolve in water. So when acetic acid dissolves in water, access Brunstad Laurie acid by donating a proton which looks as h followed by a plus symbol where this proton is donated to the water in the reaction and then the acetic acid has left is an anti on. So here is Theobald of description. However, we have it in equation form now. So we've got ch three c o h is in equilibrium of ch three c 00 So you can see you've lost that proton in that proton combined with Walter. So the solution that we generate is able to produce electricity due to the presence of free Catalans and an ions in solution




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