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Write Word Equation for the Following Molecular Equation: Feso4 + 2naoh →Na2so4 + Fe(Oh)2 ↓ - Chemistry

Short Note

Write word equation for the following molecular equation:

FeSO4 + 2NaOH →Na2SO4 + Fe(OH)2 ↓

Word equation:

State why [↓] indication is seen after Fe(OH)2 and not after Na2SO4

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Solution

Iron (II) Sulphate + Sodium hydroxide → Sodium sulphate + Iron (II) hydroxide ↓

The precipitate formed in a chemical equation is shown with an arrow pointing downwards [↓].

Hence, Fe(OH)2 is the precipitate formed but not Na2SO4.

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