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mixes an aqueous solution of sodium sulphate (Na, S*O_{4}) and an aqueous solution of copper chloride (CuCL) Will this lead to a double displacement reaction? Justify your answer
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Prevail Uh 2 months, 3 weeks ago

It will lead to reactivity since Na is more reactive than Cu and will displace CuCl2 and form NaCl while Copper will form Copper Sulphate solution

Shreya Verma 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Yes , it can be a double displacement reaction because in order to reactivity series Na is more reactive than Cu so it can displace Cu from CuCl and form Nacl

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