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Ammonium vandate(V) and dilute hydrochloric acid equation

  1. Apr 25, 2010 #1
    Ammonium metavandate(V), NH4VO3 and dilute HCl:
    forms the dioxovanadium ion, VO2+; and the following happens:
    VO3- + 2H+ ----> VO2+ + H2O

    I can't see what happens in the overall equation. I went for:
    NH4VO3 + 2HCl ----> NH4Cl + VO2Cl + H2O
    I couldn't find an online source with this equation, is it right?
    Any help much appreciated.
    Many thanks
  2. jcsd
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