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Hey, why does concentrated hydro-chloric acid react faster than dilute hydro-chloric acid? Thanks!

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"Rooks" wrote:

Hey, why does concentrated hydro-chloric acid react faster than dilute hydro-chloric acid? Thanks!
[elloo Rooks] I dunno so Im gonna guess that the answers in the question Frustrated if its diluted that means theres like water in it so theres less of it. Heres me example - if you has the potatoes and you add the butter to the potatoes then they tastes less potatoey and more buttery but they still does taste of potatoes and Im not sure if this is right but this is me logic on it Good luck with your homework smile [whispers dont add the spider to it Wink Nose Tongue Out]

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"Rooks" wrote:

Hey, why does concentrated hydro-chloric acid react faster than dilute hydro-chloric acid? Thanks!
[elloo Rooks] I dunno so Im gonna guess that the answers in the question Frustrated if its diluted that means theres like water in it so theres less of it. Heres me example - if you has the potatoes and you add the butter to the potatoes then they tastes less potatoey and more buttery but they still does taste of potatoes and Im not sure if this is right but this is me logic on it Good luck with your homework smile [whispers dont add the spider to it Wink Nose Tongue Out]
NEVER Wink as long as they are no rodents Wink hehe Thanks Huge Now I'm list for baked potatoes Grin Lol I got the answer though, you was right Big Grin

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"hugebear" wrote:

"Rooks" wrote:

Hey, why does concentrated hydro-chloric acid react faster than dilute hydro-chloric acid? Thanks!
[elloo Rooks] I dunno so Im gonna guess that the answers in the question Frustrated if its diluted that means theres like water in it so theres less of it. Heres me example - if you has the potatoes and you add the butter to the potatoes then they tastes less potatoey and more buttery but they still does taste of potatoes and Im not sure if this is right but this is me logic on it Good luck with your homework smile [whispers dont add the spider to it Wink Nose Tongue Out]
NEVER Wink as long as they are no rodents Wink hehe Thanks Huge Now I'm list for baked potatoes Grin Lol I got the answer though, you was right Big Grin
Your welcome Rooks weof weof Devil

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Weeeof right back at u! Wink Hehehe people have no idea what we are talking about lol

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