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F2 + Fe → FeF3 | Equation Balance

F2 | flo | khí + Fe | sắt | Chất rắn = FeF3 | Sắt(III) florua | , Condition Fe reacts with F2, White FeF3

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Reaction conditions when applied F2 + Fe

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

Reaction process F2 + Fe

Process: Fe reacts with F2

Note: not available

The result of the reaction F2 + Fe

The phenomenon: White FeF3

Detailed information on the reactants

Information about F2 (fluorine)

  • Atomic weight: 37.9968064 ± 0.0000010
  • Color: vàng lục nhạt
  • Status: khí

Information about Fe (iron)

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

Detailed information about the products of the reaction

Information about FeF3 (Ferric fluoride; Iron(III) fluoride; Iron(III) trifluoride)

  • Atomic weight: 112.8402
  • Color: đang cập nhật
  • Status: đang cập nhật

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