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Homework Help: CHemistry

Posted by Joel on Friday, April 27, 2007 at 2:59pm.

Which one of the following is expected to be the strongest Lewis acid?

Fe, Fe+, Fe2+, Fe3+

Which do you think would accept electrons the easier? Fe(s) or Fe^+? Do that same kind of logic on the others one by one.

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