Photon336
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CuCl2 is most likely A. a reducing Agent B. an oxidizing agent C. insoluble in water D Non electrolyte.
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Cuanchi
  • Cuanchi
Cu is +2 and con go to Cu zero Cu+2 -> Cu (s)
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
an oxidising agent maybe ?

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Photon336
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\[CuCl _{2} ---> Cu ^{2+} + 2Cl ^{-}\] it's an electrolyte i believe b/c it dissolves in water. (insoluble in water and non electrolyte can be viewed as the same) so I eliminated both of those. it's either oxidizing or reducing agent.
Photon336
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I'm going to post more redox/electrochemistry questions today
Photon336
  • Photon336
@cuanchi so i guess based off of that, in the equation Cu is +2 so it has to be reduced, so it's an oxidizing agent. causes oxidation but is itself reduced.
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@Rushwr found an electrochem practice exam will post it.

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