Subject: Does Calcium Hypochlorite react with Iron (II) Sulphate?
Date: Mon Jan 24 09:22:34 2000
Posted by jennifer
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When Calcium Hypochlorite decomposes in the presence of Iron (II) sulphate,
it forms an orangy solution. does this mean that Fe2+ has changed to Fe3+?
If so, could it still be called a catalyst?
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