What is the chemical Formula of Iron II hydroxide?
I believe this is the correct formula: Fe(OH)2
The chemical formula for Iron (II) Carbide is Fe2C. You know this because Iron (II) has a charge of +2, while Carbon (known as carbide in this chemical formula) has a charge of -4. To balance the charges of the two elements and make them equal to a charge of 0, you would need 2 of the Iron (II) atoms in order to balance the charge (Iron (II) being now +4, Carbide being -4).
Bases Sodium Hydroxide - NaOH Potassium Hydroxide - KOH Ammonium Hydroxide - NH4OH Calcium Hydroxide - Ca(OH)2 Magnesium Hydroxide - Mg(OH)2 Barium Hydroxide - Ba(OH)2 Aluminum Hydroxide - Al(OH)3 Ferrous Hydroxide or Iron (II) Hydroxide - Fe(OH)2 Ferric Hydroxide or Iron (III) Hydroxide - Fe(OH)3 Zinc Hydroxide - Zn(OH)2 Lithium Hydroxide - LiOH hope this can help ya. :)