Cd(ClO3)2+CuS=???
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Cd(ClO3)2+CuS=???


Cadmium sulfate interaction with Cupric sulfide can Explosion but I want to know their products.
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It is Cadmiumchlorate.

Chlorate is an oxidiser and Sulfide a reducer.

Theoretically you get Chloride and Sulphur dioxide SO2

Cd(ClO3)2 + 2CuS => 2 SO2 + 2 CuO + CdCl2

but it could be also CdO and CuCl2

Cd(ClO3)2 + 2CuS => 2 SO2 + CuO + CuCl2 + CdO

Other combination could be if the sulphur is oxidised to sulfate.
Develop the equation by yourself please.
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