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12 April, 07:52

When aqueous solutions of copper (II) fluoride and magnesium sulfide are allowed to react, the precipitate formed is

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  1. 12 April, 09:34
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    The precipitate formed is: Copper (II) Sulfide, CuS

    Explanation:

    CuF₂ (aq) + MgS (aq) → CuS (s) + MgF₂ (aq)

    A solid precipitate of CuS (s) is formed.
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