hydrogen sulfide gas → H2S(g)
solid hot iron (III) hydroxide→ Fe(OH)3(s)
solid iron (III) sulfide → Fe2S3(s)
gaseous water → H2O(g)
Write balanced chemical equations to correspond to each of the following descriptions.
When hydrogen sulfide gas is passed over solid hot iron (III) hydroxide, the resultant reaction produces solid iron (III) sulfide and gaseous water.
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