Question

Cl2O6 dissolves in sodium hydroxide to form:

Solution

Correct option is

NaClO3 and NaClO4

 

Cl2O6 is a mixed anhydride and hence it dissolves in NaOH to form two salts NaClO3 and NaClO4.            

  Cl2O6 + 2NaOH âŸ¶ NaClO4 + NaClO3 + H2O

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

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

Q2

Which of the following is a mixed anhydride?

Q3

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

Q4

Identify the incorrect statements among the following:

Q5

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

Q6

XeOF4 is prepared by:

Q7

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

Q8

 

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

Q9

When PH3 is passed through copper sulphate solution, then copper phosphide is obtained. This is because:

Q10

When oxalic acid is heated with concentrated H2SO4 it gives: