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Purdue University - Common Ions and Complex Ions
This is a crucial topic for the MCAT. With this tutorial, the Bodner group at Purdue has put together a comprehensive, well-designed guide beginning with simple cases and ending with more complicated common ion problems. Don't panic about the complex ion material near the end of the tutorial. This is the kind of thing that might appear on an MCAT passage, but which would not depend on prior expertise.

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