9.65C of electric current is passed through fused anhydrous magnesium chloride. the Mg metal thus obtained is completely converted into grignard reagent. the no. of moles of grignard reagent obtained is?

Asked by aishwaryajoshi | 1st May, 2012, 09:41: PM

Expert Answer:

When Mg Cl2 dissociate to form Mg and Cl2
 
96500C of current is passed through MgCl2 the Mg formed = 1 mole
9.65 C of current is passed through MgCl2 the Mg formed =9.65/96500=0.001 mole
 
Thus the moles of Mg used in grignard reagent is =0.001

Answered by  | 2nd May, 2012, 11:56: PM

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