ChemistryIn the given reaction, Copper metal, Cu(s) is oxidised to Cu 2 + (aq), while Ag + (aq) is reduced to silver metal, Ag (s), then the equilibrium greatly lies in favour of

In the given reaction,

Copper metal, Cu(s) is oxidised to Cu2+ (aq), while Ag+(aq) is reduced to silver metal, Ag (s), then the equilibrium greatly lies in favour of

  1. A
    Ag+(s) and Cu2+(aq)
  2. B
    Ag+(aq) and Cu2+(s)
  3. C
    Ag(s) and Cu2+(aq)
  4. D
    Cu2+(aq) and Ag(s)

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    Solution:

    Copper being more reactive than silver, can displace silver its salt solution but opposite is not possible. Thus, equilibrium lies towards right hand side, i.e. in favour of Cu2+ and Ag

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