Answer by Writing Down the Chloride and the Letter Pertaining to the Corresponding Method. Each Letter is to Be Used Only Once. - Chemistry

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Which of the following methods, (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) is generally used for preparing the chlorides listed below from (i) to (v). Answer by writing down the chloride and the letter pertaining to the corresponding method. Each letter is to be used only once.
(a) Action of an acid on a metal.
(b) Action of an acid on an oxide or carbonate.
(c) Direct combination.
(d) Neutralization of an alkali by an acid.
(e) Precipitation (double decomposition).
(i) copper(II) chloride.
(ii) iron(II) chloride.
(iii) iron(IIl) chloride.
(iv) lead (II) chloride.
(v) sodium chloride.

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Solution

i. Copper (II) chloride Action of an acid on an oxide or carbonate
ii.

Iron (II) chloride

Action of an acid on a metal
iii. Iron (III) chloride Direct combination
iv. Lead (II) chloride Precipitation (double decomposition)
v. Sodium chloride Neutralisation of an alkali by an acid
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