|Sep27-06, 05:06 AM||#1|
2 qn regarding rxn of copper sulphate
1.What will be produced when Cu(II)SO4 is mixed with sodium carbonate
2.What will be produced when Cu(II)SO4 is reacted with sodium carbonate and sodium hygrogencarbonate? What causes the difference between 1 &2?
Is the product for Qn2 CuCO3.Cu(OH)2aq?
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|Sep29-06, 05:28 PM||#2|
Number one is a double replacement reaction, there should be an example of one in your text book. In regards to number 2 im not posative but i can check.
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