What is Fe AlO2?
Fe(AlO2)2 iron(II) aluminate is better written as FeAl2O4, and is better described as a mixed oxide with close packed oxide ions and Fe2+ and Al3+ occupying tetrahedral and octahedral sites, a spinel structure.
I am actually very, very good at physics, and I am quite, very good at chemistry. So the Equation is: Al + O = AlO2 The Answer is AlO2
Alumina is AlO2, it is an ore of aluminum. (And technically Oxygen, but that's almost certainly not what you meant)
AlO2- + H + + H 2 O ==Al（OH）3 ==Al3 ++ 3OH-
Known/Given: 1 mole of Fe = 55.845g Fe (its atomic weight in grams) 1 mole of Fe = 6.022 x 1023 atoms Fe (from Avogadro's number) Convert grams Fe to moles Fe. 600.0g Fe x 1mol Fe/55.845g Fe = 10.74mol Fe Convert moles Fe to atoms Fe. 10.74mol Fe x 6.022 x 1023atoms Fe/1mol Fe = 6.468 x 1024atoms Fe
1 mole Fe = 6.022 x 1023 atoms Fe 1 mole Fe = 55.845g Fe (atomic weight in grams) Convert grams Fe to moles Fe. 400g Fe x (1mol Fe/55.845g Fe) = 7.16mol Fe Convert moles Fe to atoms Fe. 7.16mol Fe x (6.022 x 1023atoms Fe/1mol Fe) = 4.31 x 1024 atoms Fe
There are 5.395*10^24 Fe atoms and 8.95 moles of Fe atoms in 500g of Fe.
Fe - iron Fe is Iron
The Fe compound is iron. The compound for OH and Fe is Fe(OH)3
fe+3=..............* .9 =fe+2
1 mole Fe = 55.845g Fe 1 mole Fe = 6.022 x 1023 atoms Fe 23.0g Fe x (1 mole Fe/55.845g Fe) x (6.022 x 1023 atoms Fe/1 mole Fe) = 2.40 x 1023 atoms Fe
Actually there are six isotopes of iron. Two of them are disintegrating ie radioactive Fe -54, Fe-56, Fe-57 and Fe-58 are non radioactive where as Fe-55 and Fe-59 are radioactive in nature. Fe-56 is the maximum which is available by 91.66% Fe-54 by 5.82 percentage Fe-57 by 2.19% and Fe-58 by 0.33 percentage.
All iron ions are: Fe^2+ Fe^3+ Fe^4+ Fe^6+ However, Fe^2+ (ferrous) and Fe^3+ (ferric) are the most common.
Fe(II) is more reactive than Fe(III).
Fe is an example of an Element. Fe refers to Iron.
Since Fe is a transition metal, the equation varies. If Fe has the oxidation state of +2: Fe + Cl2 -> FeCl2 If Fe has the oxidation state of +3: 2 Fe + 3 Cl2 -> 2 FeCl3
And You Fe
The natural isotopes of iron are: Fe-56, Fe-54, Fe-57, Fe-58.
It is Fe(MnO4)2 for ferrous Fe+2 and Fe(MnO4)3 for ferric Fe+3.
The number of neutrons in an atom of a certain element varies from one isotope of that element to another. Iron has stable isotopes Fe-54, Fe-56, Fe-57 and Fe-58 Fe-54 has 28 neutrons, Fe-56 has 30 neutrons, Fe-57 has 31 neutrons and Fe-58 has 32 neutrons.
Mass of 1 mole Fe = 55.845g (using the atomic weight in grams) Multiply 55.845g Fe/mol Fe x 3.18mol = 178g Fe Therefore, 3.18mol Fe has a mass of 178g.
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Fe is the chemical formula for iron. The Latin word for Fe is ferrum.
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Fe + O2 --> 2FeO
1 mole Fe =56.85g(from periodic table) (25.85g Fe)(1mole Fe/56.85g Fe)=0.44mol
Use stoichometry to figure this out. 1 mole Fe * 56 g Fe ...............1 mole Fe
Probable you think to 3 Fe.
Fe(III) is 3d5 this is because Fe(0) is 3d6 4s2
4Fe + 3O2 = 2Fe2O3 Fe + O = Fe2 O3 Fe + O = Fe O
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Yes it does the equation for this would be Fe + 2AgNO3 -> Fe(NO3)2 + 2Ag
1.000 (g Fe) / 55.85 (g/mol Fe) = 0.0179 mol Fe 0.0179 mol Fe * 6.022*1023 atoms/mole = 1.078 * 1022 atoms Fe per gram Fe (=10 kiloGigaGiga)
Fe(NO3)2 + 2NaOH-->Fe(OH)2 + 2NaNO3 (Assuming Fe is Fe (II))
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Fe, or iron, is inorganic.
+3 for Fe
Fe is the element "iron."
Fe is the symbol for Iron.
The element Fe is Iron Iron
Fe is iron.