Problem: Using the activity series (Table 4.5 in the textbook), write balanced chemical equations for the following reactions.hydrogen gas is bubbled through an aqueous solution of nickel (II) chloride

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Activity Series of Metals in Aqueous Solution

MetalOxidation Reaction
LithiumLi( s )  →  Li+ ( aq ) + e-
PotassiumK( s )  →  K +  ( aq ) + e-
BariumBa( s )  →  Ba2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
CalciumCa( s )  →  Ca2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
SodiumNa( s )  →  Na +  ( aq ) + e-
MagnesiumMg( s )  →  Mg2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
AluminumAl( s )  →  Al3 +  ( aq ) + 3e-
ManganeseMn( s )  →  Mn2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
ZincZn( s )  →  Zn2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
ChromiumCr( s )  →  Cr3 +  ( aq ) + 3e-
IronFe( s )  →  Fe2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
CobaltCo( s )  →  Co2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
NickelNi( s )  →  Ni2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
TinSn( s )  →  Sn2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
LeadPb( s )  →  Pb2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
HydrogenH2 ( g )  →  2H +  ( aq ) + 2e-
CopperCu( s )  →  Cu2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
SilverAg( s )  →  Ag +  ( aq ) + e-
MercuryHg( l )  →  Hg2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
PlatinumPt( s )  →  Pt2 +  ( aq ) + 2e-
GoldAu( s )  →  Au3 +  ( aq ) + 3e-

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Using the activity series (Table 4.5 in the textbook), write balanced chemical equations for the following reactions.

hydrogen gas is bubbled through an aqueous solution of nickel (II) chloride

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