What are the different types of ions formed by iron? Give their names and valency.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 9th May, 2014, 01:31: PM
Iron metal forms two types of ions, Fe2+ and Fe3+.
The Fe2+ ion is known as iron (II) ion or ferrous ion and has valency of +2. The Fe3+ ion is known as iron (III) ion or ferric ion and it has a valency of +3.
Answered by | 9th May, 2014, 03:31: PM
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