An Account For The Following Cu+ Is Unstable In An Aqueous Solution.

Many copper compounds are unstable in an aqueous solution and undergo a disproportionation reaction.

In an aqueous medium Cuprous ion (Cu+)is unstable because the stability in the aqueous medium depends upon the hydration energy.

Cu+ gets oxidized in an aqueous solution to get a stable configuration of Cu2+

\(\begin{array}{l}2Cu^{+} → Cu + Cu^{2+}\end{array} \)

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