Question

How many moles of AgCl would be obtained, when 100 ml of 0.1 MCo(NH3)5Cl3 is treated with excess of AgNO3?

Solution

Correct option is

0.02

 

Co(NH)3Cl3 is an octahedral complex ionising in aqueous solution as:  

     [Co(NH3)5Cl]Cl2 → [Co(NH3)5Cl] + 2Cl

     100 ml of 0.1 M  

     ≡ 0.01 mol of complex ≡ 2 × 0.01 mol of AgCl

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

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Q2

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Q3

Which of the following is not chelating agent?

Q4

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Q5

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Q6

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Q7

 

The molar ionic conductances of the octahedral complexes :

(i) PtCl4.5NH3                       (ii) PtCl4.4NH3

(iii) PtCl4.3NH3                     (iv) PtCl4.2NH3

Follow the order

Q8

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Q9

Which of the following species is not expected to be a ligand