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Q 3111867729.     (i) Write the equation for the reaction of hydrochloric acid with manganese (IV) oxide.
(ii) Name the lead compound that can be used to oxidize hydrogen chloride to chlorine.
(iii) Manganese (IV) oxide, lead (IV) oxide and red lead `[Pb_3O_4]` react with cone. HCl liberating
chlorine. (a) What is the common property being shown by these metal oxides? (b) Write the
equation for the reaction of cone. HCl with `Pb_3O_4`.
(iv) Write balanced equations for the reaction of manganese (IV) oxide and concentrated hydrochloric
(v) Select the correct compound from the list-Ammonia, Copper oxide, Copper sulphate, Hydrogen
chloride, Hydrogen sulphide and Lead bromide - which matches with the description given
below: This compound can be oxidized to chlorine.
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