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What ions are released when the ionic compound fe2(so4)3 dissociates in aqueous solution?


Fe3+ and SO4^2- ions are released when iron(III) sulfate dissociates in aqueous solution.

  • Q: What is the ionic compound fe2(so4)3? A: The ionic compound fe2(so4)3 is iron(III) sulfate.
  • Q: How does iron(III) sulfate dissociate in aqueous solution? A: Iron(III) sulfate dissociates in aqueous solution to release iron(III) ions (Fe3+) and sulfate ions (SO4^2-).