What is the difference between a concentrated and a dilute acid?
A concentrated acid is a species whose concentration is (typically) GREATER than
..........whereas a dilute acid is a species whose concentration is LESS than
............lies somewhat to the left.
For sulfuric acid, the equilibrium lies to the right........
Given the definition advanced above, any solution of
An important practical tip when you deal with conc. acids: when you dilute a strong acid with water IT IS ALWAYS ACID TO WATER, and NEVER WATER TO THE ACID. Why? Because if you spit in strong acid it will spit back.