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why dont free protons (H+) exist in water
Because free protons react with water to form hydronium, H3O+.
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User: at equilibrium how do the forward and reverse reaction rates compare

User: why dont free protons (H+) exist in water





Weegy: Because free protons react with water to form hydronium, H3O+.
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