The Equivalent  mass Of Na2CrO4 used As Oxidant In Acidic Medium Is (Cr = 52)

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Question

The equivalent  mass of Na2CrO4 used as oxidant in acidic medium is (Cr = 52)

Solution

Correct option is

54

 

Hence, eq. mass of Na2Cr4 = molar mass / 3

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