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Draw the product & reaction arrows for each of the following acid-base reactions for the following. Which side of the equilibrium will be favored in both reactions?

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Step 1

The product and reaction arrows for each of the following acid-base reactions are given below.

Step 2

The equilibrium will be favoured in the direction which contains the most stable anion.

Or the equilibrium of a reaction will favour the side with weaker acids and bases.

Weak acids and bases are lower in energy than strong acids and bases, and because equilibria favour the reaction side with the lowest-energy species, acid-base reactions will go to the side with the weakest acids and bases. As a rule, the equilibrium of a reaction will favour the side with weaker acids and bases.

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In the first reaction, the equilibrium will be favoured to the left side (indicated by larger arrow). This is because : firstly, structure III is u...

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