Ferrothiocyanate Fe(SCN)2

Ferrothiocyanate Fe(SCN)2: We are currently doing a prac called the Effect of concentration changes on equilibrium yields.  I need to make up 0.0005M of Fe(SCN)2 solution, but I have no protocol to make it up. Can anyone help me?

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Publication Date: 02 August 2016
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Ferrothiocyanate Fe(SCN)2

Iron(III) thiocyanate, Fe(SCN)2+ is a complex ion formed in situ and the concentration is dependent upon the state of equilibrium, which is mostly shown qualitatively rather than quantitatively.


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