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To answer your question it is important to know which compound dissociate completely in water when in aqueous solution. For example, consider following reaction: $$\ce{AgNO3_{(aq)} + NaCl_{(aq)} -> AgCl_{(s)} + NaNO3_{(aq)}} \tag1$$ When ionic compound dissolves in water, each molecule separates to corresponding ions, which influenced by water. All of $\...


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The general textbook formula for the Li ion battery is $\ce{Li_{1-a}Ni_{1-x-y}Mn_{x}Co_{y}O2}$ , and the simplest/earliest type has $y=1$, i.e. cobalt-only. These "mixed (lithium transition metal) oxides" have a layered structure (see e.g. wikipedia), where you can relatively easily electrochemically remove (and later reinsert) a part $a$ of the Li atoms, ...


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Your problem seems to have no solution without further information. You may be interested in the the general method for any acid /base calculation is summarised below. When there is solution of a weak acid and it salt, or just the weak acid or just the salt, i.e. pure HA, NaA + HA or pure NaA, then there is no distinction between these types of solution ...


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