1.   Which type of reactions are the following:-          (i)PbO2+SO2->PbSO4
                                                                                          (ii)AgNO3+NaCl->AgCl+NaNO3
                                                                                          (iii)2KClO3->2KCl+3O2
                                                                                          (iv)2H2O2->2H2o+O2
                                                                                          (v)KNO3+H2SO4->HNO3+KHSO4
                                                                                          (vi)CuO+H2->Cu+H2O
                                                                                          (vii)CaCO3->CaO+CO2
                                                                                          (viii)NH4Cl->NH3+HCl
 
 
2.    State,giving reasons,whether the substances underlined have been oxidised or reduced
 
 
(a)PbO+CO->Pb+CO2
(b)H2S+Cl2->2HCl+S

Asked by Surjit | 9th Sep, 2016, 08:19: PM

Expert Answer:

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Answer to your first question is given below:

(i)PbO2+SO2->PbSO4
 
Combination reaction
 (ii)AgNO3+NaCl->AgCl+NaNO3
 
Double Displacement reaction
 (iii)2KClO3->2KCl+3O2
Decomposition reaction
 (iv)2H2O2->2H2o+O2
Decomposition reaction
 (v)KNO3+H2SO4->HNO3+KHSO4
Double Displacement reaction
 (vi)CuO+H2->Cu+H2O
Single displacement reaction
 (vii)CaCO3->CaO+CO2
Decomposition reaction
 (viii)NH4Cl->NH3+HCl
Decomposition reaction

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Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 11th Sep, 2016, 09:59: PM

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