Periodic table of elements

Ferric(II) bromide [FeBr2]

SOLUBILITY:
benzene [C6H6]: soluble
water [H2O]: 108 (10°), 116 (20°), 124 (30°), 141 (49°), 160 (75°), 172,5 (83°), 184 (100°)
diethyl ether [C2H5OC2H5]: soluble
pyridine [C5H5N]: 0,49 (25°)
ethanol [C2H5OH]: soluble

PROPERTIES:
yellow trigonal crystals
M (molar mass): 215,660 g/mol
MP (melting point): 688 °C
BP (boiling point): 968 °C
D (density): 4,636 (25°, g/cm3, s.)
ΔHmelt (molar enthalpy of melting): 54 kJ/mol
ΔHboil (molar enthalpy of boiling): 125 kJ/mol
ΔH°298 (Standard molar enthalpy of reaction at 298 К): -44 (g) kJ/mol
ΔG°298 (standard molar Gibbs energy of reaction at 298 К): -239,6 (s) kJ/mol
298 (standard molar entropy at 298 К): 321 (g) J/(mol•К)
p (standard molar heat capacity): 59,4 (g) J/(mol•К)

LITERARY REFERENCES:
• Seidell A. Solubilities of inorganic and metal organic compounds. - 3ed., vol.1 - New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, 1940. – P. 521
• Rabinovich V.A., Havin Z.Ya. Kratkiy himicheskiy spravochnik. - L.: Himiya, 1977. – P. 62

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