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i was doing a problem in stoicometry..whare there is a soltion mixture o f sodium chloride and sodium carbonate,and sulphuric acid is added to it....the solution of the question says dat sodium chloride does not react with sulphuric acid while sodium carbonate does.......y is it so?

i was doing a problem in stoicometry..whare there is a soltion mixture of sodium chloride and sodium carbonate,and sulphuric acid is added to it....the solution of the question  says dat sodium chloride does not react with sulphuric acid while sodium carbonate does.......y is it so?

Grade:Upto college level

2 Answers

udit patel
36 Points
9 years ago

see as HCl is strong acid compared to H2SO4(1st ionisation) so it is not possible for H2SO4 to replace Chloride ion(as a case of non metal displacement reaction)

hope this will help you immensly

please approve my answer if you liked it.......

SIBASHIS MAHAPATRA
14 Points
9 years ago

but it cant b said dat H2SO4 IS stronger than HCL...they are of same strength almost...hcl is a bit stronger actually...and u said non metal displacement reaction ......WATS DAT?

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