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The hydrolysis of metal ions. Part 9. Iron(III) in perchlorate, nitrate, and chloride media (1 mol dm–3)

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The hydrolysis of iron (III) has been investigated at 25 °C in 1.0 mol dm–3 NaClO4, KNO3, and KCl media. The high ionic strength was unavoidable because of the low pH values involved. The results (–log βpq) obtained for [Fep(OH)q](3pq)+ are: NaClO4, –log β11= 2.73(0.006), –log β12= 6.29(0.009), –log β22= 3.20(0.004); KNO3, –log β11= 2.77(0.014), –log β12= 6.61(0.037), –log β22= 3.22(0.011), –log β34= 6.98(0.035); KCl, –log β11= 3.21 (0.023), –log β12= 6.73(0.029), –log β22= 4.09(0.037), –log β34= 7.58(0.042), the estimated standard deviations being given in parentheses. Some general principles involved in the study of hydrolytic equilibrium systems are discussed.

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J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1986, 1901-1906
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The hydrolysis of metal ions. Part 9. Iron(III) in perchlorate, nitrate, and chloride media (1 mol dm–3)

G. H. Khoe, P. L. Brown, R. N. Sylva and R. G. Robins, J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1986, 1901
DOI: 10.1039/DT9860001901

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