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Ferrous bicarbonate, FeH2(CO3)2

Ferrous hydrogen carbonate or ferrous bicarbonate, FeH2(CO3)2, exists in solutions obtained by dissolving ferrous oxide or carbonate in water charged with excess of carbon dioxide. On exposure to air carbon dioxide is evolved, and a precipitate is obtained consisting essentially of ferric hydroxide.

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