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    Hello, Id just like to ask that when iron is oxidised by chlorine in the following reaction, does a solid or aqeous product form?

    2Fe(s) + Cl2(g) ------> 2FeCl3(?)

    Also, what colour would that solid/aqueous product be?

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    well there is no water around, so it cant be aqueous...
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    (Original post by andymt)
    well there is no water around, so it cant be aqueous...
    OK so 2FeCl3(s) is correct - cheers

    What colour would 2FeCl3(s) be?
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    What you form is Iron (III) chloride, in it's purest form it is a yellow solid.
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    (Original post by DJkG.1)
    What you form is Iron (III) chloride, in it's purest form it is a yellow solid.
    You're a life-saver DJkG.1!

    Cheers for the help
 
 
 
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