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Assume that it is necessary to determine the [Fe3+] in a solution that may be in the .0001 to .0005 M range. Outline a spectrophotometric method that would accurately give the required data?

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    Hint: Work up a procedure using SCN^-. It forms a complex with iron(III) that is quite colored. Fe(SCN)^+2

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