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Consider the reaction io−4(aq)+2h2o(l)⇌h4io−6(aq); kc=3.5×10−2 if you start with 26.0 ml of a 0.904 m solution of naio4, and then dilute it with water to 500.0 ml, what is the concentration of h4io−6 at equilibrium?

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