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What happens when a copper wire is dipped in a ferrous sulphate solution? 


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Copper is less reactive metal. It has positive value of standard reduction potential. Metal with high standard reduction potential can not displace other metal with low standard reduction potential values.

Hence copper can not displace iron from ferrous sulphate solution. So no change will take place.

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