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Potassium perrhenate react with hydrogen chloride, potassium chloride and hypophosphorous acid

2KReO4 + 10HCl + 2KCl + 3H3PO2 → 2K2[ReCl6] + 3H3PO3 + 5H2O




Potassium perrhenate react with hydrogen chloride, potassium chloride and hypophosphorous acid to produce hexachloridorhenate(IV) potassium, phosphorous acid and water. Hydrogen chloride and Hypophosphorous acid - concentrated solutions.


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Сoding to search: 2 KReO4 + 10 HCl + 2 KCl + 3 H3PO2 = 2 K2ReCl6 + 3 H3PO3 + 5 H2O

Add / Edited: 08.06.2015 /

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