Iron (II) carbonate precipitate

Iron (II) carbonate precipitate

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Caption: Iron (II) carbonate precipitate. Sodium carbonate is added to a test tube containing iron (II) sulfate. Both solutions are 0.5 M concentration. Iron (II) carbonate precipitate is formed as a result: FeSO4 + Na2CO3 -> FeCO3 + Na2SO4. This is an example of a double displacement reaction.

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Keywords: carbonate, chemical, chemistry, displacement reaction, double displacement reaction, double replacement reaction, feco3, feso4, iron, na2co3, precipitate, precipitation, reaction, replacement reaction, sodium, solution, sulfate, sulphate, test tube

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