Question #7396d

1 Answer
Jun 23, 2016

Answer:

Option=1

Explanation:

#ZnCl_2" dissolves in excess NaOH"#
#"as well as in excess "NH_3#

In aqueous solution the reactions occuring can be represented by following equations.

For #NaOH#

#ZnCl_2(aq)+2NaOH(aq)=Zn(OH)_2darr+2NaCl(aq) #

#Zn(OH)_2+2NaOH(aq)=Na_2ZnO_2("soluble")+2H_2O#

For #NH_3(aq)=NH_4OH#

#ZnCl_2(aq)+2NH_4OH(aq)=Zn(OH)_2darr+2NH_4Cl(aq) #

#Zn(OH)_2+4NH_4OH(aq)=Zn(NH_3)_4(OH)_2("soluble")+4H_2O#