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Answer to Question #57619 in General Chemistry for Levi

Question #57619
What kind of reaction occurs when iron(III) nitrate reacts with hydrochloric acid?
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There will be no reaction between iron (III) nitrate and hydrochloric acid, because hydrochloric and nitric acids both are strong acids. That’s why we will have a mixture of ions (Fe3+, NO3-, H+, Cl-) in the solution.

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