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    Double Displacement Reactions

    I have the following raction:

    FeCl3 + Na(OH) Yields _______ + NaCl


    What goes in the space? Fe(OH)3 or Fe(OH)2? I think it's Fe(OH)3 because the charge of Fe in FeCl3 is 3+ . Am I right?
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    Re: Double Displacement Reactions

    Quote Originally Posted by sakonpure6 View Post
    I have the following raction:

    FeCl3 + Na(OH) Yields _______ + NaCl


    What goes in the space? Fe(OH)3 or Fe(OH)2? I think it's Fe(OH)3 because the charge of Fe in FeCl3 is 3+ . Am I right?
    Yes..
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