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Iron Hydride, FeH2

Iron Hydride, FeH2, is a moot point as to whether or not a hydride of iron is capable of existence. It has been suggested that ferrous hydride results on treating ferrous iodide with zinc ethyl. Thus

FeI2 + ZnEt2 = ZnI2 + FeH2 + 2C2H4, but the evidence is not conclusive.

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