10 m chlorides in aqueous given the reducing agent

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Unformatted text preview: queous given the reducing agent strength: Ni > Fe2+ > Pd A. Complete the table below to indicate if a reaction occurs (YES) or does not occur (NO). Ni Fe2+ Pd NiCl2 FeCl3 PdCl2 3 points B. What are the relative oxidizing agent strengths of Ni2+, Fe3+, and Pd2+? Strongest oxidizing agent ______________ > ______________ > Weakest oxidizing agent ______________ 3 points Page 7/10 Name: ___________________________________page 8/10 Question 6 (12 points) deals with a study of potential redox reactions involving the metal ions thallium (Tl) and iron (Fe) and halides where the observations below were made. Note: Hexane was added to all product mixtures . Common oxidation states of the cations are: Tl+ and Tl3+ and Fe2+ and Fe3+. 1. FeCl3 (aq) + NaBr(aq) yellow-brown colorless → Product? aqueous layer is yellow- brown; hexane layer is colorless. 2. TlCl3 (aq) colorless → Product? aqueous layer is colorless; hexane layer is yellow-orange. + NaBr(aq) colorless You carry out some further tests: 3. FeCl2 (aq) + Br2 (aq) → Product? yellow-green yellow-orange aqueous layer is yellow-brown; hexane layer is colorless 4. NaCl (aq) col...
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