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Why are there two types of iron sulfate?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 02:31
there are 2 kinds of irons therefore there can be 2 different iron sulfate. iron (ii) sulfate and iron (iii) sulfate
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 05:23
Iron, like many metals, can exist in many oxidation states. So, you can have iron atoms that carry a charge of "+2" or "+3" Sulfate ions are "-2" So, if you have Fe II ions (+2), they combine with sulfate ions to form FeSO4 If, however, you start with Fe III (+3) ions, they would combine to form Fe2(SO4)3

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