Asked by: Killian Regojoasked in category: General Last Updated: 10th January, 2020
What is the molar mass of FeCl3 6h2o?
Similarly one may ask, what is the name of FeCl3 6h2o?
FeCl3.6H2O molecular weight This compound is also known as Iron(III) ChlorideHexahydrate.
Subsequently, question is, what volume of 0.4 m FeCl3 6h2o will contain 600 mg of fe3+? One mole of FeCl3.6H2O contains only onemole of Fe3+ (iron). That is, 270.2 gm of the saltcontains 55.85 gm of iron (Fe3+). Amount of Fe3+(iron) in 1 litre of 0.4M solution = 108.1 x 55.85/270.2 =22.34 gm. So, 1 litre (1000 ml) of the 0.4M salt solutioncontains 22.34 gm of Fe3+ (iron).
Additionally, what is the molar mass of CoCl2 times 6h2o?
|Name:||Cobalt(II) Chloride Hexahydrate|
|Alias:||Cobaltous Chloride Hexahydrate|
What is the formula of Iron III chloride hexahydrate?
Iron trichloride hexahydrate
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|Chemical Names:||Iron trichloride hexahydrate MFCD00149712 Iron (III) ChlorideHexahydrate Iron(III)chloride hexahydrate trichloroiron--water(1/6) More|
|Molecular Weight:||270.29 g/mol|