Chemistry, asked by Rupsa1111, 1 day ago

Why is CuSo4 not safe to store in an iron vessel. ..Explain.


Answered by Anonymous
Displacement reaction is a reaction in which more reactive metal displace less reactive metal from it's salt soltion

CuSO4 + Fe----- FeSO4 + Cu

So iron will displace copper from copper sulphate and soon there will not be any copper sulphate in the iron vessel . We will have iron sulphate instead.


Rupsa1111: thnxxx at lot
Rupsa1111: alot
Anonymous: Welcome.
Answered by udit43
Hey friend here is your answer :

This is because Iron is more reactive than copper and hence iron will displace copper out of its compound.

Hope it helps you : )

udit43: Your welcome
udit43: Hope u found it helpful
Rupsa1111: yes
udit43: : -)
Similar questions