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Posted by Nicola on Friday, November 21, 2008 at 1:23pm.

Fe+3 + SCN- ==Fe(SCN)+2
if adding NaOH will form precipitates, but what is the precipitates' formula?
And after this reaction, if we add HCl to the reaction, will the precipitates dessolve? What does the HCl affect the reaction? THX

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