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Iron(II) chromite react with sodium hydroxide and water

Fe(CrO2)2 + 6NaOH + 4H2O → 2Na3[Cr(OH)6] + Fe(OH)2




Iron(II) chromite react with sodium hydroxide and water to produce sodium hexahydroxochromate(III) and iron(II) hydroxide. Sodium hydroxide - concentrated solution. This reaction takes place in a nitrogen atmosphere. This reaction takes place slowly.


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Сoding to search: FeCrO22 { FeCr2O4 } + 6 NaOH + 4 H2O = 2 Na3CrOH6 + FeOH2

Add / Edited: 01.04.2015 /

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