Q. 105.0( 3 Votes )
The formula for the sulphate of a metal is MSO4. What is the formula for the chloride of that metal?
It is given that sulphate of a metal is MSO4.
By applying criss cross method, we can know the valency of “M”:
Hence, the valency of “M” is +2
Now, formula for chloride of metal M:
Thus, the formula for the chloride of metal is MCl2.
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