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KI + Hg2I2 = Hg + K2[HgI4] | Balanced | Chemical Reaction Details

potassium iodide + Mercury(I) iodide = mercury + Potassium tetraiodomercurate(II) |

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2KI + Hg2I2Hg + K2[HgI4]
potassium iodide Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide mercury Potassium tetraiodomercurate(II); Mercuric potassium iodite; Mayers reagent; Dipotassium tetraiodomercurate; Mercury potassium iodide
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Further information about equation 2KI + Hg2I2 → Hg + K2[HgI4]

What is reaction condition of KI (potassium iodide) reacts with Hg2I2 (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide) ?

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Explanation: The ideal environmental conditions for a reaction, such as temperature, pressure, catalysts, and solvent. Catalysts are substances that speed up the pace (velocity) of a chemical reaction without being consumed or becoming part of the end product. Catalysts have no effect on equilibrium situations.

How reactions can happened and produce Hg (mercury) and K2[HgI4] (Potassium tetraiodomercurate(II); Mercuric potassium iodite; Mayers reagent; Dipotassium tetraiodomercurate; Mercury potassium iodide) ?

In a full sentence, you can also say KI (potassium iodide) reacts with Hg2I2 (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide) and produce Hg (mercury) and K2[HgI4] (Potassium tetraiodomercurate(II); Mercuric potassium iodite; Mayers reagent; Dipotassium tetraiodomercurate; Mercury potassium iodide)

Phenomenon after KI (potassium iodide) reacts with Hg2I2 (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide)

This equation does not have any specific information about phenomenon.

In this case, you just need to observe to see if product substance K2[HgI4] (Potassium tetraiodomercurate(II); Mercuric potassium iodite; Mayers reagent; Dipotassium tetraiodomercurate; Mercury potassium iodide), appearing at the end of the reaction.

Or if any of the following reactant substances Hg2I2 (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide), disappearing

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Further questions related to chemical reactions 2KI + Hg2I2 → Hg + K2[HgI4]

Questions related to reactant KI (potassium iodide)

What are the chemical and physical characteristic of KI (potassium iodide)? What are the chemical reactions that have KI (potassium iodide) as reactant?

Questions related to reactant Hg2I2 (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide)

What are the chemical and physical characteristic of Hg2I2 (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide)? What are the chemical reactions that have Hg2I2 (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide) as reactant?

Questions related to product Hg (mercury)

What are the chemical and physical characteristic of Hg (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide)? What are the chemical reactions that have Hg (mercury) as product?

Questions related to product K2[HgI4] (Potassium tetraiodomercurate(II); Mercuric potassium iodite; Mayers reagent; Dipotassium tetraiodomercurate; Mercury potassium iodide)

What are the chemical and physical characteristic of K2[HgI4] (Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide)? What are the chemical reactions that have K2[HgI4] (Potassium tetraiodomercurate(II); Mercuric potassium iodite; Mayers reagent; Dipotassium tetraiodomercurate; Mercury potassium iodide) as product?

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Equations with Hg2I2 as reactant

Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide

Hg2I2 → Hg + HgI2 2KI + Hg2I2 → Hg + K2[HgI4] 4H2SO4 + Hg2I2 → 4H2O + I2 + 2SO2 + 2HgSO4 View all equations with Hg2I2 as reactant
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Equations with Hg2I2 as product

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3Hg + 2I2 → HgI2 + Hg2I2 View all equations with Hg2I2 as product

Equations with Hg2I2 as product

Mercury(I) iodide; Mercurous iodide; Dimercury(I) diiodide; Iodomercurio(II)mercury(II) iodide

3Hg + 2I2 → HgI2 + Hg2I2 View all equations with Hg2I2 as product

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