PbO2 is stronger oxidizing agent than SnO2.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 31st May, 2016, 01:25: PM
- In Sn +4 oxidation state is more stable than +2 oxidation state.
- But in case of Pb due to inert pair effect +2 oxidation state is more stable and so Pb+4 gets converted into Pb+2 easily and acts as a good oxidizing agent.
Answered by | 31st May, 2016, 03:25: PM
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