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Why Sulphide ion (S2-) is less basic than oxide ion ( O2-)?

SOLUTION: Sulphide ion (S2-) is less basic than oxide ion (O2-) due  to its larger size. the oxide ion has a higher charge density than the sulphide ion hence the small H+ more attracted toward smaller ion (O2-) .

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