A solution of copper (II) sulphate is allowed to react separately with `KCl (aq)` and `KI (aq)`. In which case `Cu^(2+)`

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Q 1159745614.     A solution of copper (II) sulphate is allowed to react separately with `KCl (aq)` and `KI (aq)`. In which case `Cu^(2+)` ion will be reduced to `Cu^+`
A

In both the cases

B

In neither case

C

In case of `KCl` only

D

In case of `KI` only

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