PLS HELP????????????????:( XAM'S ON 14 DEC

Asked by KEERTHIKAY | 10th Dec, 2009, 06:32: AM

Expert Answer:

In iron sulphate, iron exists as Fe2+. Fe2+ ion (ferrous ion) is green in colour.

After sometime, it oxidises mitself and gets converted to Fe3+ (ferric ion) which is yellow in colour.

Answered by  | 10th Dec, 2009, 08:54: AM

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