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Reaction Intermediates and Mechanisms

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I have a problem that says complete the following reaction, the comple reaction and the net ionic reacation or if no reaction occurs. I have no idea where to even begin.

FeSo4 + NaCl ---> ????

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The first step is to see if the original compounds are soluble.
most sulfates are, so ferrous sulfates dissolves into an iron cation and a sulfate anion.

The sulphate ion SO4 has a charge of -2
Therefore the iron cation has a charge ...

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The reaction mechanism and intermediates for FeSo4 + NaCl ---> are found.

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