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Which is more stable in free state Cu2+ or Cu+ explain (i am not asking in aqueous state)

Which is more stable in free state Cu2+ or Cu+ explain (i am not asking in aqueous state)

Grade:12

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
Cu+ is more stable than the Cu2+ as its d configuration is d10 and for cu2+ it is d9.
But in aqueos soln. the Cu2+ is more stable duw to hydration energy.
And it can aslo be true by seeing the electrode potential.

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