Cu can reduce Zn ions if the resultant Cu ions can be kept at low conc.by formation of an insoluble salt. What is the max. conc. of Cu(2+) in solution if this reaction is to occur when Zn(2+) is 1 molar?
Asked by Kalita Padmanath | 24th Jul, 2017, 12:44: AM
Cu can reduce Zn ions if the resultant Cu ions can be kept at low conc.by formation of an insoluble salt.
The max. conc. of Cu(2+) in solution if this reaction is to occur when Zn(2+) is 1 molar is:
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 24th Jul, 2017, 12:16: PM
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