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Why is carbon monoxide toxic with reference to haemoglobin?
Because it bonds to the iron; Displaces oxygen
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Explain why Fe3+ ions are effective as Fe2+ in catalysing the peroxodisulfate reaction.
Equations/reactions can occur in any order
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Give the equations for the peroxodisulphate reaction catalysed by Fe2+
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Give the equations for the autocatalysis of ethanedoic acid oxidised by magnate ions
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Give the overall equation for Fe2+ titrated against potassium dichromate and state the indicator used.
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Explain why Fe3+ ions are effective as Fe2+ in catalysing the peroxodisulfate reaction.

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Equations/reactions can occur in any order

Card 3

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Give the equations for the peroxodisulphate reaction catalysed by Fe2+

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Card 4

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Give the equations for the autocatalysis of ethanedoic acid oxidised by magnate ions

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Card 5

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Give the overall equation for Fe2+ titrated against potassium dichromate and state the indicator used.

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