Science -- same q, dont reply if you dont know!

posted by .

Alright, so I'm doing a lab report, and I have this word equation:

iron (III) nitrate + sodium hydroxide --> iron (III) hydroxide + sodium nitrate

I would like to turn this into a balanced equation, and I have:

Fe(NO3)3(l) + 3NaOH(l) --> Fe(OH)3(s) +3NaNO3(l)

(the letters are for the state of matter, and the '3's before NaOH and before NaNO3 are coefficients)
Is my balanced equation correct?

  • Science -- same q, dont reply if you dont know! -

    yes, balanced.

  • Science -- same q, dont reply if you dont know! -

    Yes, it is balanced; however, I think you may want to show the l as (aq). I presume you are mixing solutions since Fe(NO3)3 and NaOH are solids at room temperature. Dissolving in water they are solutions and that is shown by Fe(NO3)3(aq) and NaOH(aq). On the right, Fe(OH)3(s) and NaNO3(aq)

  • Science -- same q, dont reply if you dont know! -

    Thank you so much! I appreciate it :)

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. chemistry

    Write the net ionic equation for any precipitation reaction that occurs when .1M solutions of the following are mixed. Does the molarity affect the equation at all, or is it just a normal net ionic equation?
  2. Chemistry

    Translate the following sentences into unbalanced formula equations: (1) silver nitrate and soduim chloride react to form silver chloride and sodium nitrate. (2) iron (III) sulfate and calcium hydroxide react to form iron (III) hydroxide …
  3. chem

    I have the following problems- write net ionic equations for reactions if no reaction write NR.... silver nitrate and ammonium carbonate sodium phosphate and potassium nitrate silver nitrate and barium chloride copper (II) chloride …
  4. Chemistry

    write the following chemical equation for this equation In water,iron (III) chlroide reacts with sodium hydroxide, producing solid iron (III) hydroxide and sodium chloride?
  5. Science

    Alright, so I'm doing a lab report, and I have this word equation: iron (III) nitrate + sodium hydroxide --> iron (III) hydroxide + sodium nitrate I would like to turn this into a balanced equation, and I have: Fe(NO3)3(l) + 3NaOH(l) …
  6. chemistry

    What are the balanced equations and the net ionic equations for the following reactions?
  7. chemistry / help please

    For each reaction,which ion in the precipitate was responsible for the color 1-reaction of Sodium Hydroxide and Copper(II)Sulfate 2-reaction of Sodium Sulfate and Barium Chloride. 3-reaction of Sodium Hydroxide and Iron(III)Sulfate. …
  8. Chemistry

    Iron (III) hydroxide is soluble in acid: Fe(OH)3(s)3H^+(aq)-->Fe^3^+(aq)+3H2O(l) a. How many milliliters of 1.00 M HCl are needed to dissolve 1.00 g of iron (III) hydroxide?
  9. CHemistry

    write the balanced net ionic equation that shows the formation of Fe(OH)3 in the reaction of iron (III) nitrate with sodium hydroxide. Please help
  10. Chemistry

    For which of following can the metal ions be separated from one another by adding solution of sodium hydroxide?

More Similar Questions