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ICE tables tabulate amounts or concentrations pertaining to an equilibrium reaction: at the initial stage (I), how they change (C), and what they are at the end or at equilibrium (E). They are an alternative to solving multiple simultaneous equations (equilibrium constant expression, mass balance), instead using a single parameter (related to the extent of ...


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The answer of this question depends on the relative amount of Thymol blue and Methyl orange. If the acidic mixture contains roughly equal amounts of the indicators, or more Methyl orange, the only thing to be observed in an acidic solution is that its color is red up to about pH $4$, where Methyl orange turns yellowish. If the Methyl orange is present in ...


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