# Out of pb +4 and sn +2 which has more polarising power

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Polarising power of the cation depends upon two factor :

Size of cation : Smaller the size of cation, smaller is its polarsing power.

Charge on cation : As the charge on cation increases, its polarising power increases.

so the polarising power of PB+4 is greater than the Sn2+

Size of cation : Smaller the size of cation, smaller is its polarsing power.

Charge on cation : As the charge on cation increases, its polarising power increases.

so the polarising power of PB+4 is greater than the Sn2+

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**Answer:**

will have more polarising power than .

**Explanation:**

The first rule of Fazan's explains the polarisation power of a cation.

It explains that the smaller the size of the cation and the higher the charge on the cation higher will be polarisation power.

Since has 4+ charge and has 2+ charge.

The size of is smaller than .

Therefore, polarising power of is more than .

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