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Iron(III) sulfate react with water

Fe2(SO4)3 + 2H2O → 2Fe(OH)SO4 + H2SO4

Iron(III) sulfate react with water to produce hydroxide-iron(III) sulfate and sulfuric acid. This reaction takes place at a temperature near 150°C and an overpressure.

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Сoding to search: Fe2SO43 + 2 H2O cnd [ temp ] = 2 FeOHSO4 + H2SO4

Add / Edited: 23.04.2015 /

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