Q. 64.2( 25 Votes )

How H3O+ ion is formed in water solution?

Answer :

When acid is added to water, H+ ions are formed in the solution. These ions cannot exist alone and hence they readily combine with water molecules to form the hydronium ion (H3O+).


H+ + H2O H3O+


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