Is Cu an ion?
Simple Cu is a neutral atom, not an ion. However, it can be changed into an ion, usually Cu+ or Cu2+.
The element that gives an ion that has 29 protons and 28 electrons is copper (Cu). Cu+1 is the ion with this form.
Cu the ion of copper is generally Cu 2+
This is the ion Cu(2+).
copper, Cu+ ,cuprous ion
Cu+ named Cu(I) ion, cuprous ... (in salt names, eg. cuprous oxide, Cu2O)
Monovalent copper ion, Cu+.
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copper (I) carbonate The carbonate ion has a -2 charge. Since the formula given is Cu2CO3, it indicates there are 2 Cu atoms required to fulfill the carbonate ion's needs. This means the Cu ion must be of the Cu+1 species.
29. Cu 1 is an ion where the Cu atom has lost an electron. Therefore, it would have the normal 29 neutrons.
Cu2+ + 2AgNO3 --------> Cu(NO3)2 + 2 Ag+, due to high charge density for Copper ion as compare to Silver ion the reverse is not possible in aqueous solution.
Copper (I) ion
The copper ion is Cu(2+).
Whats the formula equation for Copper metal reacting with silver nitrate solution to make silver metal and copper II nitrate?
If the reaction includes copper (II): Cu + 2AgNO3 yields 2Ag + Cu(NO3)2 If the reaction includes copper (I): Cu + AgNO3 yields Ag + Cu(NO3) Then spectator ions are dis regarded: 2Ag[ion] + Cu[metal] --> 2Ag[metal] + Cu[2+ ion]
Mg is more reactive then followed by Cu and the Ag
Gallium; or a cu^+2 ion.
Only two possibillities: +1 or +2
Symbols of copper ions: Cu+, Cu2+.
Cu-------Cu2+ + 2 e-
Use this simple formula, Ion Charge=#protons - #electrons Cu+2 2+=29p-27e So it has 29protons and 27electrons be cause the Ion Charge is plus 2.
Yes. Copper, Cu, like all transition elements can form ions with more than one oxidation state. The most common Cu ion is the Cu2+ ion. The famous chemical copper sulphate, CuSO4(aq) forms a pale blue solution. The ionic bond here is between the Cu2+ ion and the SO42- ion.
Cuprous is the monovalent copper cation. Its formula is : Cu+
NOT +2 Added: In Cu2O the ion charge is Cu1+, (cuprous oxide, Cu(I) oxide, oxidation state +1) color brownish red (or yellow, depending on how fine the particles are) In CuO the ion charge is Cu2+, (cuprous oxide, Cu(II) oxide, oxidation state +2) color black
Copper (I) and Copper (II) or Cu+ and Cu2+
Cu+ is isoelectronic with Zn2+
The charge of a copper ion is +2 ....>> or +1 (this is a more abundant oxidation state) Added: In Cu2O the ion charge is Cu1+, (cuprous oxide, Cu(I) oxide, oxidation state +1) color brownish red (or yellow, depending on how fine the particles are) In CuO the ion charge is Cu2+, (cuprous oxide, Cu(II) oxide, oxidation state +2) color black
Correct answer: Your response: + Correct answer: Cu Cu Your response: Cu Correct answer: Cu2+ Cu^2+^ Your response: Cu2+ + Correct answer: 2 e- 2 e^-^ Your response: e-
Cu ion being a Lewis acid stabilized the intermediate formed while Na ion can not.
Cu 2+ is blue. Cu2O is reddish; CuO is black, I think.
Cu(C2H3O2)2 Copper is listed as (II) meaning Cu+2 Charge. Acetate ion = (C2H3O2)-1 Charge
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Cu(OH)2 the hydroxide ion is OH- the II in the name signifies that it is Cu+2 to neutralize the +2 charge on the Cu, you must have 2 negative charges so you need 2 OH-
there are so many such compounds but common are the compounds of Cu+2 ion.
The name of Cu^2+ or (Cu2+) is called: "The name of Cu2+ is _________ ion or ________ ion" 1st blank is: copper(II) 2nd blank is: cupric It is correct. i am a teacher.
Cu 1+: [Ar] 3d10 4s1 Cu 2+: [Ar] 3d10 4s2 Although this is apparently contradictory to the usual rule, Cu 2+ really IS more stable than Cu 1+. This anomaly has been attributed to the Jahn-Teller effect which is the lengthening of the axial ligand bonds in a transition metal complex. I'm not sure what that means, but that's the answer. It may not be the answer to this question but the answer to this… Read More
The water soluble copper sulfate produces Cu(II) ions in solution. The soluble ammonium hydroxide produces ammonium ions and hydroxide ions in solution in equilibrium with ammonia and water. NH4OH(aq) ↔ NH3(aq) + H2O(l) The ammonia molecules react with the cooper ion to produce a complex ion of Cu(II) coordinated with four ammonia molecules. Cu2+(aq) + 4 NH3(aq) → [Cu(NH3)4]2+(aq) That complex ion in turn associates with a water molecule and the sulfate ion resulting in… Read More
Why are numbers needed in the names of ionic compouns containing a metal that forms more than one type of ion?
To differentiate between the ions Copper(II) is cu^2+ Copper(I) is cu^+
It is normally written Cu(H2O)3. It is a copper ion surrounded by three water molecules. CopperHydrogen6Oxygen3
Both are Cupric ( Cu-II ) alkaline complex-ion solutions
Copper (Cu) as an element does not have any charge. As an ion (cation) it will have a positive charge.
One balanced equation for this reaction in aqueous solution is: Cu+2 + 2 AgNO3 -> 2 Ag + Cu(NO3)2.
Normally Cui has 29, however a positively charged Cu would have one less than 29 i.e. 28. A Cu2+ would have 27.
The ion Cu (2+) in an alkaline solution form with peptides a complex having a green color.
because it has losted electrons, becoming an ion. THis is known as oxidation Cu (s) -->Cu2+ + 2e-
ClO^- is the hypochlorite ion. This compound is thus called copper(II) hypochlorite.
Hydrated ion, Like Hexa(aqua)-Nickel(II)=Ni(H2O)6+2 , Tetra(aqua)-Copper(II)=Cu(H2O)4+2 , etc.
Copper II sulfate (CuSO4) is an ionic compound; a combination of a cation (positive ion) and an anion (negative ion). In this compound, the cation is only the copper II, Cu+2.
Copper COULD replace the zinc ion to form a copper ion and zinc metal IF it were more reactive (ignoble, base metal) than zinc. However the opposite is true! Cu + Zn2+ -xx-> Cu2+ + Zn is not possible, The reversed will do: Cu2+ + Zn ---> Cu + Zn2+
An anion, is an ion with more electrons than protons, giving it a net negative charge. Chloride would have the greater negative charge with Iodide.
CuSO3 copper II ionizes to form a cation (positive charged ion) Cu^2+ The other half of this ionic salt is the Sulfite anion (negative ion) SO3^2-