Answer to Question #50363 in Other Chemistry for Meagan

Question #50363
Why are hydrogen ions NEVER found in an aqueous solution?
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2015-02-19T10:21:55-0500
Hydrogen ions are never found in aqueous solutions because the hydrogen ions (protons) after dissociation of hydrogen compound protons at once "adheres" to the dipole water molecules. H+ + H2O => H3O+

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