When Iron scraps are heated in a current of Hydrogen Chloride, the product is FeCl2. This compound is soluble in:
The correct options are A Alcohol B Ether C Water D THF Being an ionic compound, FeCl2 is easily soluble in water and alcohol. It is also soluble in polar solvents like ethers as well. THF is tetrahydrofuran, a popular solvent/reagent in organic chemistry.