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Cu + FeCl2 → Fe + CuCl2 | Phương Trình Phản Ứng Hóa Học

Cu | copper | solid + FeCl2 | iron(ii) chloride | solid = Fe | iron | solid + CuCl2 | copper(ii) chloride | solid | Temperature: temperature, Other Condition excess chlorine

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Reaction conditions when applied Cu + FeCl2

  • Catalyst: not available
  • Temperature: normal
  • Pressure: normal
  • Other conditions: not available

Reaction process Cu + FeCl2

Process: Put the copper metal sample into a test-tube containing 1 mL of iron (II) chloride solution, and shake well.

Note: More chemically active metals (except Na, K, Ca, ...) can push weaker active metals out of the salt solution, forming new salts and new metals. In this reaction, because copper is chemically weaker than iron, no reaction occurs.

The result of the reaction Cu + FeCl2

The phenomenon: This reaction does not occur

Detailed information on the reactants

Information about Cu (copper)

  • Atomic weight: 63.5460
  • Color: Ánh kim đỏ cam
  • Status: Chất rắn

Information about FeCl2 (iron(ii) chloride)

  • Atomic weight: 126.7510
  • Color: xám
  • Status: chất rắn

Detailed information about the products of the reaction

Information about Fe (iron)

  • Atomic weight: 55.8450
  • Color: Ánh kim xám nhẹ T
  • Status: Chất rắn

Information about CuCl2 (copper(ii) chloride)

  • Atomic weight: 134.4520
  • Color: nâu (khan)
  • Status: chất rắn

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The equations for preparation Cu

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The equations for preparation FeCl2

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