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Why potassium oxide rubidium oxide and caesium oxide turns red litmus blue and finally white

Why potassium oxide rubidium oxide and caesium oxide turns red litmus blue and finally white

Grade:11

1 Answers

Suraj Singh
148 Points
5 years ago
Hy ashit First of all potassium, Rb, Cs forms superoxide with oxygen... ie KO2,RbO2.. Here Oxidation number of oxygen is - 0.5 which is less stable so it shows high basic nature and it converts red litmus blue.. Hope U like it

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