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copper sulphate+iron+water

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The iron will displace the copper as it is more reactive. here's the equation: iron + copper sulphate = iron sulphate +copper

If iron nails are placed in a copper sulphate solution they turn green and rusted which means they become copper plated nails.I think the word equation is :iron + copper sulphate - copper + Iron sulphate.Iron displaces copper

word equation is: iron sulphate + zinc = zinc sulphate + iron

Fe + CuSO4 --> FeSO4 + Cu Iron + Copper (II) Sulfate yields Iron (II) Sulfate and Copper

copper sulphate plus zinc yields zinc sulphate and copper

The chemical symbol for copper sulphate is CuSO4. (corrected lately)

The Zinc will displace the copper. It will become Zinc Sulphate. The word equation will be Zinc + Copper Sulphate -----> Copper + Zinc Sulphate. Hope this helps!

one example is zinc+iron sulphate= iron+ zinc sulphate

copper+sulphur+oxygen then theres an arrow, but i don't know how 2 do an arrow copper sulphate

If this is what u asked then the answer is: Fe=Iron Co=Cobalt "SO4"=Sulphate "FeSO4"=Iron Sulphate

"What the word equation for tin and magnesium sulphate?" Tin = TinMagnesium Sulphate = Magnesium Sulphate

Copper(II) carbonate + Sulphuric acid ----> Copper(II) sulphate +Water + Carbon dioxide

When Copper sulphate and iron are kept together , nothing happens as the reactivity of Fe with the SO42- is lesser than Cu. And CuSO4 is a stable salt.

Sodium + Sulphate + Water = Sodium Sulphate + Water

Iron filings(s) + Copper sulfate (aq) ---> Iron Sulfate (aq) + Copper (s). Fe(s) + CuSO4(aq) ---> FeSO4(aq) + Cu(s) balanced

Copper(II) carbonate is insoluble in water and doesn't react with sodium sulfate. A green product, visible on ald objects made from copper or copper alloys, is a mixture of copper carbonate and copper hydroxide.

The word equation for the rusting of iron is: Iron+oxegen+water→hydrated iron oxide (rust)

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