Elements and Compounds

# What is the word equation for iron plus chlorine equals Iron chloride?

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Iron plus chlorine equals Iron chloride is the word equation.

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s the word equation for the chemical reaction between iron and chlorine to form iron III chloride is given as .2 Fe(s) + 3 Cl2(g) &Atilde;&cent;&acirc;&euro;&nbsp;&acirc;&euro;&trade; 2 FeCl3(s).Iron + Chlorine -> Iron(III) Chloride.

2Fe + 3Cl2 ---&gt; 2FeCl3 (iron(III) chloride) Fe +Cl2 -&gt; FeCl2 (iron(II) chloride)

No. Iron chloride is a compound of iron and chlorine, nothing else.

There are two chlorides of iron, iron(II) chloride, FeCl2, iron(III) chloride FeCl3

There are two chlorides of iron, iron(II) chloride, FeCl2, iron(III) chloride FeCl3

Iron(III) chloride (called ferric chloride) Fe = iron Cl = chlorine 3 = how many chlorine atoms

Iron chloride contain iron and chlorine.

When you mix iron and chlorine, the product is the compound iron III chloride, which has the formula FeCl3. Another name for this compound is ferric chloride.

Iron and chlorine react to give FeCl3, iron(III) chloride, ferric chloride. This is the industrial preparation. 2Fe +3Cl2 -&gt; 2FeCl3

Iron(Fe) and chlorine(Cl) Ferric Chloride - FeCl3 Ferrous Chloride - FeCl2

The chemical formula (not equation) of iron(II) chloride is FeCl2.

iron chloride + sodium hydroxide = sodium chloride +iron hydroxide

Ferric chloride contains the elements iron and chlorine.

Two iron chlorides are known: iron(II) chloride and iron(III) chloride, FeCl2 and FeCl3.

Two iron chlorides are known: iron(II) chloride and iron(III) chloride, FeCl2 and FeCl3.

Iron and chlorine are the elements that make up ferrous chloride.

The chemical symbol for iron is Fe, and the symbol for chlorine is Cl. If you meant when they are combined, there are two possibilities: FeCl2 for ferrous chloride or FeCl3 for ferric chloride.

Iron chloride and sodium hydroxide will make iron hydroxide and sodium chloride. For Iron II chloride the equation is: 2NaOH(aq) + FeCl2(aq) --&gt; 2NaCl(aq) + Fe(OH)2(S). For Iron III chloride the equation is: 3NaOH(aq) + FeCl3(aq) --&gt; 3NaCl(aq) + Fe(OH)3(S).

No, rust is another term for oxidation, therefore, rust is Iron oxide. Also, Chlorine only reacts with Iron when the Iron is heated, this makes Iron(III) chloride.

Iron doesn't react with sodium chloride but rusting is accelerated in salted water.

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