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Homework Help: apcehmistry

Posted by Kiki on Tuesday, March 30, 2010 at 7:25am.

A thin metal sheet is composed of Fe and Co
How do you ionize Fe to Fe2+ but not ionize Co ?
I tiried using the activity series of metals, but Fe is above Co, so anything that would ionize Fe would also ionize Co right?
So what JUST ionizes Fe but not Co?
Thaak you

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