anonymous
  • anonymous
a soln of sodium metal in liquid ammonia is strongly reducing due to the presence of -- a - sodium atoms b- sodium hydride c- sodium amide d- solvated electrons which is the right option??
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sodium electrons.
anonymous
  • anonymous
But how? can u explain me?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The electrostatic forces of attraction are very less in Na as it's an alkali metal n radius is large so the last electron is not in the hold of nucleus means it can loose the electron easily, which makes it highly reactive.;

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@priyadabas but did u think over the presence of ammonia...sodium amide too can b the ans
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sodium is the most reactive metal. Yes it myt help.
Vincent-Lyon.Fr
  • Vincent-Lyon.Fr
solvated electrons
yash2651995
  • yash2651995
yup.. Na'selectrons.. find the detailed mechanism of bouvealt blanc reduction to see it in action :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
Vincent is correct. The case of solvated electrons in ammonia is a famous study subject in physical chemistry.

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