A hydride of gr 16 element is a gas and acts as a reducing agent when reacted with SO2. It has a smell of rotten eggs and is used in qualitative analysis. It forms a black ppt with Ni2+ in basic medium. It also forms a black ppt with lead acetate solution. Identify the gas and write the equations involved.
Asked by lekhakarthikeyan | 28th Aug, 2018, 04:01: AM
1) A hydride of gr 16 elements is a gas and acts as a reducing agent when reacted with SO2. It has a smell of rotten eggs and is used in qualitative analysis.
There is only one hydride which has rotten eggs smell and is used in the qualitative analysis is H2S.
2) It forms a black ppt with Ni2+ in basic medium. It also forms a black ppt with lead acetate solution
Answered by Ramandeep | 29th Aug, 2018, 11:46: AM
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