Fe3 Po4 2?

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The formula Fe3(PO4)2 belongs to Iron(II) phosphate, or ferrous phosphate. It is an iron salt of phosphoric acid. It is primarily used in garden chemicals such as moss killers and slug pellets.
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Fe3(PO4)2: Iron(II) Phosphate Molar mass: 357.
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Divide the mass of all the iron by the total formula weight of the compound. 3(55.8) / (3*55.8 + 2*31.0 + 8*16.0) x 100 = (do the math)
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H2PO4- is called dihydrogen phosphate ion. It is the conjugate base of Phosphoric Acid H3PO4 and the conjugate acid of monohydrogen phosphate ion HPO42-
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You need to know the concentration of the solution to calculate the number of moles. The number of moles = weight/molecular weight. To calculate the moles you need to know how much
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