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what is the role of sulfuric acid in the reaction of h2so4 with NaCl?
it isnt an oxidising agent because it is not a redox reaction and i cant find an explanation anywhere
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Spectator Ion
Can't be oxidising agent as it isn't a redox reaction it is a displacement
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Can't be oxidising agent as it isn't a redox reaction it is a displacement
i just read that it's an acid-base reaction so would that make it's role an acid?
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i just read that it's an acid-base reaction so would that make it's role an acid?
yes
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