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Concept: Balancing Chemical Reactions

Problem: Write the balanced chemical equation for the following reaction. Phases are optional. Solid iron(II) hydroxide decomposes to form solid iron(II) oxide and liquid water.

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Write the balanced chemical equation for the following reaction. Phases are optional. 

Solid iron(II) hydroxide decomposes to form solid iron(II) oxide and liquid water.


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