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# Can A Solution Of 1 M Copper Sulphate Be Stored In A Vessel Made Of Nickel Metal? Given That . Or Is It Possible To Store Copper Soulphate Solution In A Nickel Vessel?

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## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

+ 0.59 volt

In this problem, we want to see whether the following reaction takes place or not

By convention, the cell may be represented as

We are given the oxidation potentials as

Hence, the reduction potentials will be

= – 0.25 volt

= + 0.34 volt

= + 0.34 – (– 0.25)

= + 0.59 volt

Thus EMF comes out to be positive. This implies that CuSO4 react with nickel. Hence, CuSO4 solution cannot be stored in a nickel vessel.

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