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Grade: 12

                        

How to find n-factor for disproportionation reaction?? what is the n-factor for this reaction Br2 + 2NaOH -> NaOBr + NaBr + H20

9 years ago

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Suneeta Sharma
24 Points
							

Dear Student

 

you can calculate n factor in disproportionation reaction by the formula 

1/N=1/n1 +1/n2

where n1=n factor for oxidation half

          n2=n factor for reduction half

 

9 years ago
avinash kumar
14 Points
							

please prove the formula used in disproportionation reaction

7 years ago
Saurabh awasthi
11 Points
							
First of all balance the reaction and then apply the fomula
1/nf = 1/nf(red) + 1/nf(ox)
so 1/nf = 1/2+1/10
= 5/3
4 years ago
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