Question

The oxide of chlorine is a colourless oily liquid and most acidic:

Solution

Correct option is

Cl2O7

Higher the oxidation state more will be acidic character. It is colourless because Cl7+ does not have unpaired electron.

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

SbF5 reacts with XeF4 to form an adduct. The shapes of cation and anion in the adduct are respectively:

Q2

Which of the following statement is false for SO2?

Q3

Hydrolysis of one mole of peroxy disulphuric acid with one mole of H2O produces

Q4

Which of the following is a mixed anhydride?

Q5

Out of H2S2O3, H2S4O6, H2SO5 and H2S2O8 peroxy acids are:

Q6

Identify the incorrect statements among the following:

Q7

XeOF4 is prepared by:

Q8

When dry chlorine is passed through silver chlorate heated to 90oC, then which of the oxide of chlorine is obtained?

Q9

Cl2O6 dissolves in sodium hydroxide to form:

Q10

 

When any chloride is heated with conc. H2SO4, then HCl is obtained while when any bromide is heated with conc. H2SO4, then Br2 is obtained and not HBr.

This is because