How can we obtain the valency of a compound radical?

Asked by AkshayPathak12 | 21st Sep, 2010, 09:07: AM

Expert Answer:

The rules are same for radicals as in binary compounds
If we know the valency of metal used wecan find the valency of radicle by cross multiplying
For example:
Sodium sulphate the formula is Na2SO4
We know valency of Na is 1 so valency of sulphate radicle will be 2

Answered by  | 21st Sep, 2010, 01:22: PM

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