Problem:  Iron(III) sulfate [Fe 2(SO 4) 3] is composed of Fe 3+ and SO4 2− ions. Explain why a sample of iron(III) sulfate is uncharged.

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 Iron(III) sulfate [Fe 2(SO 4) 3] is composed of Fe 3+ and SO4 2− ions. Explain why a sample of iron(III) sulfate is uncharged.

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