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in which form is the k+ ion released from khf2 during whytlaw-gray's method? please clearly explain the proceedure with any pictures and material if available... thank u

in which form is the k+ ion released from khf2 during whytlaw-gray's method? 


please clearly explain the proceedure with any pictures and material if available... thank u



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ruchi yadav
askIITians Faculty 27 Points
7 years ago

Reactions in the electrolytic cell

reaction-in-cell

The following precautions should be taken in the preparation of fluorine:

(i) The electrolyte must be completely dry. In presence of moisture, the evolved fluorine reacts with moisture to form 02and 03.

(ii) The parts of the apparatus which come in contact with fluorine must be free from oil and grease.

(iii) The vessel in which fluorine is collected should also be absolutely dry.

(iv) The gas must be made free from HF before storing by passing through sodium fluoride (NaF), otherwise HF will attack the vessel.


Thank You

Ruchi

Askiitians faculty

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