Ok MnO2 is right
But can u complete the reaction from A to D to E
Btw do u know why MnSO4 is deliquescent
See this sis
A to D to E reaction pls
Bro first rxn with NaOH will form Mn(OH)2. After that with Bromine water do you think it will form manganese bromide MnBr2?
And idk why MnSO4 is deliquescent. But my sir gave it as an example while explaining deliquescent salts.
Br2 water is also a mild oxidising agent. So Mn(OH)2 can get oxidised further I guess.
Can u post a list of deliquescent salts. ?
Oh if that’s the case the MnO can be formed. Stable oxide.
But D is MnO2. So with bromine water it’s oxidised to MnO2.
Acha yes. Hmm.... reason I doubt MnO2 will be a major product of the Reaction is because since bromine water is a mild oxidising agent how will it take Mn from a +2 OS to +4 OS?
True. Weird inorganic. Then after than with HNO3 it goes from MnO2 to ?
Btw +2 to +4 state right. Not -2
Yes misunderstood . Anyways, now it is possible.
So next Reaction is probably to Mn2O7
And then MnO4-? @seshu_ram
PbO2 is also oxidising.
These are @Supreeta_Sen ‘s notes
Yes Pb+4 to Pb+2
Yep done. MnO4- will be formed. In other words HMnO4.
Hmm hydrogen showing similarities to group 1 elements chemically as well. Interesting.
But I still don’t get MnO2 with HNO3. WhTs the product ?
For PbO2 reaction Mn+2 is used
I suppose it is a simultaneous reaction. Like that is why they have not given a product in between.
Even from A to F. When we did the experiment in lab... we added conc.HCl and BaSO4 simultaneously.
Ohh nice. Thank You
Is everything cleared?
Do u have a list of deliquescent salts given by ur sir ?
@Viraam_Rao what’s E bro? After D how does it go?