Phosphorus pentachloride hydrolysis

Phosphorus pentachloride hydrolysis

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Caption: Phosphorus pentachloride hydrolysis. Spatula of phosphorus pentachloride (PCl5) being added to a petri dish of water (H2O). A reaction with water is called a hydrolysis reaction. The products of the reaction are phosphoric acid (H3PO4) and hydrochloric acid (HCl). The reaction equation is: PCl5 + 4.H2O -----> H3PO4 + 5.HCl

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Keywords: apparatus, chemical, chemistry, equipment, experiment, experimental, fumes, fuming, hydrochloric acid, hydrolysis, inorganic, laboratory, petri dish, phosphoric acid, phosphorus pentachloride, reacting, reaction, spatula, vapour, water

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