Why isn't double displacement redox?

Asked by ash.au94 | 3rd Jan, 2010, 12:23: PM

Expert Answer:

It is a redox reaction. For example: the reaction between zinc  and copper sulphate solution gives zinc sulphate and copper.

It is adouble displacement reaction as well as a redox reaction. Here, zinc is getting oxidised and copper is getting reduced.

Answered by  | 4th Jan, 2010, 10:02: AM

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