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Iron(III) oxide-hydroxide react with chlorine and potassium hydroxide

2FeO(OH) + 3Cl2 + 10KOH → 2K2FeO4 + 6KCl + 6H2O




Iron(III) oxide-hydroxide react with chlorine and potassium hydroxide to produce potassium ferrate, potassium chloride and water. Potassium hydroxide - concentrated solution. This reaction takes place at a temperature of 45-55°C.


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Сoding to search: 2 FeOOH + 3 Cl2 + 10 KOH cnd [ temp ] = 2 K2FeO4 + 6 KCl + 6 H2O

Add / Edited: 22.04.2015 /

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