how to determine this??? How is this displacement thing decided?

how to determine this??? How is this displacement thing decided? molar conductivity of the ions in which it dissociates. It is known as law of independen t tion of ions and has many applications. Ions conduct electricity through the solution but oxidation and reduction of the ions take place at the electrodes in an electrochemical cell. Batteries and fuel cells are very useful forms of galvanic cell. Corrosion of metals is essentially an electrochernicai phenomenon. Electrochemical principles are relevant to the Hydrogen eutases 3.1 Arrange the following metals in the order in which they displace each other from the solution of their salts. A1, cu, Fe, Mg and Zn. 3.2 Given the standard electrode potentials,


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Please find below the solution to the asked query:

A metal of stronger reducing power displaces another metal of weaker reducing power from its salt.
When the electrochemical series is seen, we get the order of increasing reducing power of the given metals is:
Cu< Fe< zn< Al <Mg

Thus Mg can displace Al from its salt solution, but Al cannot displace Mg
Thus the order in which the given metals displace each other from the solution of their salts is given as:
Mg>Al> Zn> Fe>Cu

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1st one i m referring to.
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You can actually take any salt but is should be same for all. For example you can take Cl​-,Br-,etc.
And then the metals are displace from there salts.
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