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Iron and sulphuric acid

Updated: 8/11/2023
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It depends on which carbonate you are adding:

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

FeCO3 + H2SO4 ----> FeSO4 + H2O + CO2

Iron(III) carbonate + Sulphuric acid ----> Iron(III) sulphate + Water + Carbon dioxide

Fe2(CO3)3 + 3 H2SO4 ----> Fe2(SO4)3 + 3 H2O + 3 CO2

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Iron + Sulfuric acid ----> Iron(II) sulfate + Hydrogen

Fe + H2SO4 ----> FeSO4 + H2

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iron is passive to concentrated nitric acid.

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Iron + Sulphuric acid ----> Iron(II) sulphate + Hydrogen

Fe + H2SO4 ----> FeSO4 + H2

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Fe + 2HCl ---> FeCl2 + H2

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