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Dissolution of FeO


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Most acids would dissolve FeO, giving salts. Depending on the acid, you might get partial oxidation to iron(III).


Assuming that you don't get any iron(III), then the reaction is simple:

FeO + 2H+ --> H2O + Fe+2.

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