Chemical Equation Balancer FeSO4 + K3Fe(CN)6 = Fe3(Fe(CN)6)2 + K2SO4

Balanced Chemical Equation

3FeSO4 + 2K3Fe(CN)6 = Fe3(Fe(CN)6)2 + 3K2SO4

Reaction Information

  • 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
  • Potassium Ferricyanide (K3Fe(CN)6)
    Potassium Hexacyanoferrate(3-) Tripotassium Hexacyanoferrate K3[Fe(CN)6] Red Prussiate
  • Fe3(Fe(CN)6)2
  • Potassium Sulfate (K2SO4)
    Arcanite Dipotassium Sulfate Potassium Sulphate Kaliumsulfat K2SO4


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