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    In this precipitation reaction is the precipitate formed solid or aqueous

    6NAOH (aq) + Fe2(SO4)3 (aq) = 2Fe(OH)3 (????) + 3NA2(SO4) (aq).
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    (Original post by zara_ruby)
    In this precipitation reaction is the precipitate formed solid or aqueous

    6NAOH (aq) + Fe2(SO4)3 (aq) = 2Fe(OH)3 (????) + 3NA2(SO4) (aq).
    Thanks for any help.
    A precipitate, by definition, is a solid. If you know its a precipitation reaction Fe(OH)3 must be solid!

    Also worth noticing, if no solid was formed this wouldn't be a chemical reaction, it would simply be a mixing of two solutions!
 
 
 
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