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Iron(II) bromide react with water

FeBr2 + H2O → Fe(OH)Br + HBr

Iron(II) bromide react with water to produce iron(II) hydroxide-bromide and hydrogen bromide. The reaction takes place in a boiling solution solution in a nitrogen atmosphere.

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Сoding to search: FeBr2 + H2O = FeOHBr + HBr

Add / Edited: 13.04.2015 /

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