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Number Of Moles Of K­2­Cr2O7 reduced By 1 Mole Of Sn2+ is

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From the above Eqn., it is evident that 3 moles of Sn2+ reduce 1 mole of

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Predict whether zinc and silver react with 1 M sulphuric acid to give out hydrogen or not. Give that the standard potentials of zinc and silver are – 0.76 volt and +0.80 volt respectively.

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or Is it possible to store copper soulphate solution in a nickel vessel?

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