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    driving force (chem)

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    in my previous post i think i balanced the equation wrong.. can anyone vouch this. am i doing this right here is where i took it to the next step:

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    i dont think my 2nd post can be right cause then that unbalanced the equation
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    anything in water is aqueous because they break up forming ions in the water

    and im pretty sure that nitrate is aqeous w. everything

    you can always check a cation/anion chart to re confirm
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