In the form of what particles are weak electrolytes predominantly present in the solution? Are insoluble substances present in the solution – precipitates or gases? How are weak electrolytes, precipitates and gaseous substances written in ionic reaction equations?
Weak electrolytes in solution are present mainly in the form of molecules. Insoluble substances – precipitates and gases – are not present in the solution. Weak electrolytes, precipitates and gaseous substances are recorded in undissociated form, i.e. in the form of molecules.
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