Chemical Equation Balancer Fe2(SO4)3 + Na2SO3 + H2O = FeSO4 + Na2SO4 + H2SO4

Balanced Chemical Equation

Fe2(SO4)3 + Na2SO3 + H2O = 2FeSO4 + Na2SO4 + H2SO4

Reaction Information

Ferric Sulfate + Sodium Sulfite + Water = Iron(II) Sulfate + Sodium Sulfate + Sulfuric Acid
Reactants
  • Ferric Sulfate (Fe2(SO4)3)
    Ferric Sulfate Diiron Tris(sulphate) Iron(III) Sulfate Iron Tersulfate Iron Sesquisulfate Iron Persulfate Ferric Tersulfate Ferric Sesquisulfate Ferric Persulfate Diiron Trisulfate Iron(III) Sulfate(VI) Ferric Sulfate Anhydrous
  • Sodium Sulfite (Na2SO3)
    Na2SO3 Anhydrous Sodium Sulfite Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous Sodium Sulphite Sulfurous Acid, Disodium Salt Dried Sodium Sulfite
  • Water (H2O)
    Semiheavy Water Tritium Oxide HTO Ditritium Monoxide Tritiated Water Solid Water Water Ice Water Crystalline Water Frozen Water Frozen Ice Water O-18 (18)OH2 H2(18)O Water-(18)O Heavy-oxygen Water Ice H2O Dihydrogen Monoxide Dihydridooxygen [OH2] HOH Hydrogen Hydroxide Dihydrogen Oxide Oxidane Hydrogen Oxide Pure Water 💧 Water O-15
Products
  • Iron(II) Sulfate (FeSO4)
    Ferrous Sulfate Fe-59 Iron Sulfate (1:1) Iron(II) Sulfate (1:1) Ferrous Sulfate (anhydrous) Ferrous Sulfate Ferrous Sulfate (anh.) Iron(2+) Sulfate (anh.) FeSO4 Fe(II)SO4 Ferrous Sulfate Anhydrous Iron Sulphate (1:1) Iron(II) Sulphate Iron(II) Sulphate (1:1) Ferrous Sulphate
  • Sodium Sulfate (Na2SO4)
    Anhydrous Sodium Sulfate Sodium Sulfate Anhydrous Sodium Sulfate, Anhydrous Sodium Sulphate Anhydrous Sodium Sulphate, Anhydrous Sulfuric Acid Disodium Salt, Anhydrous Disodium Sulphate Salt Cake Disodium Sulfate Na2SO4 Sodium Sulphate Sodium Sulfate Thénardite Thenardite IMA2014-A Sodium Sulfate S-35
  • Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4)
    Oleum H2SO4 Sulphuric Acid Battery Acid Hydrogen Sulfate Oil Of Vitriol [SO2(OH)2] [S(OH)2O2] Sulfuric Acid

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