- TL;DR Summary
- Yield in acid-base reaction low due to reverse reaction
In acid-base reactions, the reaction never goes 100% toward the product, right? A reverse reaction will occur and eventually reaction toward product and reactant will reach equilibrium. In lab/industry conditions where yield is important, how does they push the reaction toward product? I am guessing this is where Le Chatelier's principle may come in handy but I am having a hard time seeing it.