Problem: Suppose you wanted to cause Ni2+ ions to come out of solution as solid Ni.Which metal could you use to accomplish this?a. Feb. Pbc. Mnd. Mge. Cu

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Recall that the activity series gives us the relative reactivities of metals to oxidationmetals higher in the activity series are more reactive to oxidation and vice-versa.


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Suppose you wanted to cause Ni2+ ions to come out of solution as solid Ni.

Which metal could you use to accomplish this?

a. Fe

b. Pb

c. Mn

d. Mg

e. Cu

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