Write the net ionic equation for the reaction between Fe and Pt2+. If no reaction occurs, write the reactants, the reactant arrow, and NR; do not include stoichiometric coefficients. .
Fe(s) + Pt2+ (aq)-------------------> Fe2+ (aq)+ Pt(s)
; iron is oxidised ( 0 to +2) and Platinum is reduced (+2 to 0 )
If the cation appears lower in the table the solid metal will be oxidised (i.e the reaction will occur)
Platinum appears lower in table so it Pt+2 (aq )will oxidise iron Fe(s)
Chmeistry atoms first second edition by Julia Burdge and Jason Overby
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