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Decomposition reaction of Copper Chloride threw the process of electrolysis CuCl2---->

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  1. prakharluv
    • 3 years ago
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    the copper chloride is broken down to form copper metal and chlorine gas.

  2. happykiddo
    • 3 years ago
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    is it Cu+Cl2

  3. prakharluv
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    At anode----- \[2Cl ^{-1}\rightarrow Cl _{2} + 2e ^{-}\] At Cathode-----\[Cu ^{2+} + 2e ^{-}\rightarrow Cu\]

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    \[Net Reaction--------- Cu ^{2+}+ 2Cl ^{-1}\rightarrow Cu + Cl _{2}\]

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    thank you

  6. prakharluv
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    ur welcome.:-)

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