Does anyone know the ionic equation for the reaction between chlorine and sodium thiosulphate and how to work it out? I kind of get the idea but end up confusing myself!
Ionic equation for reaction between chlorine and sodium thiosulphate
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I will take a guess
2S2O3 + Cl2 ---> 2Cl + S4O6
May want to verify that : )
put the charges in and it looks fine to me.
yeah S2O3 is 2- as is S4O6
thanks guys, just looked at the question again it says -
Sodium thiosulphate reacts with chlorine to produce sulphate ions, chloride ions and hydrogen ions. Write a balanced ionic equation for the reaction between chlorine and sodium thiosulphate.
just wonderin where the hydrogen ions fit into it? lol
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