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what is formed on partial roasting of chalcopyrite?? 

The answer given in ur answer key is cuprous oxide. but there are three different equations given in the answer key. the first one says that cuprous sulphide is correct. also it is mentioned partial roasting . it can be done with any little amount of oxygen.


please reply sooon.

6 years ago


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in such conditions the data given in ncert books will be considered for the correct answer

the ncert books say that it should be cuprous oxide .

it would be better to wait till iit declares its result .

6 years ago

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