1 upon adding hexane to a sample of the product

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Unformatted text preview: exane to a sample of the product mixture, the amount of precipitate, increases decreases remains the same 2 points 2. Upon adding acetone to a sample of the product mixture, the amount of precipitate, increases decreases remains the same 2 points C. You believe that copper (I) bromide or copper (II) iodide may be the precipitate. Indicate (circle) if each copper compound is white or a color other than white. Compound White or other color? (Circle) CuBr White other color CuI2 White other color 4 points Page 6/10 Name: ___________________________________page 7/10 D. The Table below lists some species according to actual oxidizing agent strength. Oxidizing agent strength: Br2 > I2 > Cu+ > Cu2+ > Rb+ Based solely on the above table, identify (circle) the equation below correctly describing the expected redox behavior of the copper species in a mixture of CuBr2(aq) and RbI(aq). a) Cu2+ + 2I- → I2 + Cu b) Cu2+ + 2I- → I2 + 2Cu+ c) Cu2+ + I- → no reaction d) 2Cu + I2 → 2I- + 2Cu+ 4 points Question 5 (6 points) This question asks you to make predictions regarding redox reactions involving metals and metal ions (0.10 M chlorides) in a...
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2012 for the course CHEM 125 taught by Professor Goddfried during the Fall '06 term at University of Michigan.

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