K2SO4 + H2SO4 = ?
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K2SO4 + H2SO4 = ?


Can you tell me what are the products of this reaction? Have any or it doesn't exist?
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Ignore this


K2SO4 (s) + H2SO4 (aq) / H2O => 2 K{+} (aq) + 2 H{+} (aq) + 2 SO4{-2} (aq)

It's not a reaction. It's a disolution.


Nix that. See below. Embarassed


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That's reaction was on my chemistry exam. I was thinking about 2 KHSO4. Could I be right?
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niu wrote:
That's reaction was on my chemistry exam. I was thinking about 2 KHSO4. Could I be right?
...yes...

...Embarassed...

Yes. If you mix solid potassium sulfate and concentrated sulfuric acid, you'll produce potassium bisulfate; a double salt which can be collected by evaporation, etc..
K2SO4 (s) + H2SO4 (conc.) = 2 KHSO4 (aq)
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thanks


awesome..
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