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Homework Help: Chemistry --Help 2! :)

Posted by Val on Tuesday, March 9, 2010 at 11:26am.

Predict whether Fe(OH)2 will dissolve, precipitate, or do neither after:

(a) water is added --> dissolve
(b) Fe(OH)2 is added--> neither
(c) Solid Fe(NO3)2 is added--> precipitate
(d) Solid KNO3 is added---> neither

I'm given hte answers...but no explanation. I am not sure how to solve these problems. Can someone help me out? I haven't been able to get a hold of my professor....thanks!

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