What would happen to the color of a dilute solution containing FeCl{eq}_4 {/eq} if you added concentrated HCl?

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What would happen to the color of a dilute solution containing FeCl{eq}_4 {/eq} if you added concentrated HCl?

HCl

It is a colorless liquid having a molar mass of 36.46 g/mol. It is corrosive in nature having a unique pungent smell. Its solution in water is known as hydrochloric acid. It is used as a laboratory reagent. HCl is diatomic in nature having chlorine and hydrogen covalently bonded together. The covalent bond between the atoms is polar in nature due to the high electronegativity of chlorine atom.

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