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when acidified potassium dichromate (VI) is added to iron(II) sulfate why does a redox reaction occur?

How about if ammonia is added to iron(II) sulfate?

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    The dichromate is oxidized, so it needs H+ ions in solution to form water.

    One the second "question", I miss your question; are you referring to Mohr's Salt? I really don't know what you are asking.

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