Does copper react in iron iii nitrate?
No because copper is very nonreactive
Equation needed Copper II oxide reacts with elemental C to form elemental copper and carbon dioxide Aluminum metal and iron III oxide react to produce aluminum oxide and elemental iron?
It's basically a difference in the electron shell arrangement of the central Iron atom. In Iron II Nitrate, Iron has a +2 charge (Fe2+) and in Iron III Nitrate, Iron has a +3 charge (Fe3+). So there are two nitrates attached to Iron II: Fe(NO3)2 and three nitrates attached to Iron III: Fe(NO3)3. They would both behave nearly identical in solutions since nitrates dissociate 100% but the Fe2+ and Fe3+ ions are useful in voltaic…