Which Of The Following Anhydrous Halides Can Be Prepared By Heating Its Hydrates Form?

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Question

Which of the following anhydrous halides can be prepared by heating its hydrates form?

Solution

Correct option is

BaCl2

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

The hydration energy of Mg2+ is greater than that of

Q2

Among KO2 BaO2 and , unpaired electron is present in 

Q3

For two ionic solids CaO and KI, identify the wrong statement among the following?

Q4

The stability of the following alkali metal chlorides follows the order:

Q5

The product, which is not formed when sodium thiosulphate is added to a natural solution of potassium permanganate, is

Q6

The pair of compound which can exist together in aqueous solution is

Q7

Which pair does not show hydrogen isotopes?

Q8

 

An unknown inorganic compound (X) loses its water of crystallization on heating and its aqueous solution gives the following reactions:

(a)  It gives a white turbidity with dilute HCl solution

(b) It decolourises a solution of iodine in potassium iodide

(c)  It gives a white precipitate with silver nitrate solution which turns black on standing.

Identify the compound (X)

Q9

In photography, sodium thiosulphate is used for

Q10

 

The solubility in water of sulphates down the Be group is:

Be > Mg > Ca > Sr > Ba. This is due to