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Non Life Sciences => Chemistry => Topic started by: scientizscht on 01/09/2019 23:03:40

Title: Is it possible to have a solution with a specific ion?
Post by: scientizscht on 01/09/2019 23:03:40
Hello

Is it possible to have a water or other solution with one ion type only e.g. with H+ only or with Na+ only?
Title: Re: Is it possible to have a solution with a specific ion?
Post by: chiralSPO on 02/09/2019 00:34:27
You will need to have at least one type of counter ion, with the opposite charge, so that the whole solution is net neutral (or very close to it) otherwise it will blow itself apart.
Title: Re: Is it possible to have a solution with a specific ion?
Post by: Kryptid on 02/09/2019 02:40:09
Even pure water contains multiple ions (H3O+, OH-, and more complex types).
Title: Is it possible to have a solution with a specific ion
Post by: robeChooppy on 16/09/2019 16:46:27
There is something similar?