Chem

posted by Anonymus

I'm doing a homework on Translating Word Equations and I wanted to know the answer for this question...

Iron(ll) hydroxide reacts with hydrogen peroxide to produce iron(lll) hydroxide.

Please help needed!

  1. ~christina~

    Fe(OH)2 + H2O2=> Fe(OH)3

    I think this is it (I just translated what you said so If there are no errors in what you copied it should be fine)

  2. Geometry

    don't you have to balance out both sides of the equation? i could be wrong but wouldn't it be

    2Fe(OH)^2 + H^2O^2 => 2Fe(OH)^3

  3. ~christina~

    oops..thanks for catching that Geometry. I was thinking of that and then I clicked the post button.

  4. Geometry

    hah funny thing. i put geometry instead of my name cus geometry was my question but my names anna. =P but no problem

  5. ~christina~

    actually there shouldn't be superscripts (^)like you put it even though the numbers are correct (I just checked)

    2Fe(OH)2 + H2O2=> 2Fe(OH)3

  6. ~christina~

    darn it it should be like this...

    2Fe(OH)2 + H2O2=> 2Fe(OH)3

  7. from Lisa to Christina

    Christina, Hello I'm Lisa. Thank you for your help you provided for my chem assignment. I really appreciate it! Have a nice day!

  8. ~christina~

    your quite welcome Lisa

  9. To Anna from Lisa

    Anna, Hello I'm Lisa. Thank you for providing some fedback on my posted question. I really appreciate it! Have a nice day!

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