In Certain Reaction an Insoluble Solid Called Precipitate is Formed. State the Colour and Name of the Precipitate Formed in the Following Reaction Involving Addition Of: - Chemistry

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In certain reaction an insoluble solid called precipitate is formed. State the colour and name of the precipitate formed in the following reaction involving addition of:

Iron [II] sulphate to sodium hydroxide.

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Iron [II] sulphate and sodium hydroxide

\[\ce{FeSO4 + 2NaOH -> Na2SO4 + \underset{\text{Iron[II] hydroxide}}{Fe(OH)2↓}}\]

The precipitate formed is Iron [II] hydroxide which is dirty green in colour.

Concept: Chemical Equation
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Viraf J. Dalal Class 7 New Simplified Middle School Chemistry
Chapter 5 Language of Chemistry
Exercise | Q 7.2
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