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why we cant use hcl to react with Fe to create fecl3?

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    Fe + HCl ==> FeCl2
    Some FeCl2 is oxidized by air to form FeCl3. One reason FeCl3 is not predominant is because Fe reacts with any Fe(III) formed to produce Fe(II)

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