We’re being asked to specify what ions are present in solution upon dissolving FeCl2 in water.
Recall that an ionic compound is composed of a positively charged ion (cation formed by a metal), and a negatively charged ion (anion formed by a nonmetal).
FeCl2 is a soluble ionic compound composed of a metal: Fe and a non-metal: Cl:
Specify what ions are present in solution upon dissolving each of the following substances in water.
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