Thread: Oxidising power
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jd12345
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Feb22-12, 03:21 AM
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Why is ClO- more oxidising than ClO4 - ? I related this to MnO4 - and MnO2

MnO4 - is more oxidising than MnO2 so ClO4- should also be more oxidising than ClO- too

Can you give me reasons to why MnO4- is more oxidising than MnO2 but ClO4- is not a stronger oxidising agent than ClO-
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