|Name:||Ferric Chloride||Alias:||Anhydrous Ferric Chloride|
|Chemical Formula:||FeCl3||CAS No.:||7705-08-0|
|EINECS No.:||231-729-4||Molecular Weight:||162.204|
|Melting Point:||306°C||Boiling Point:||316°C|
231-729-4 FeCL3 Ferric Chloride,
7705-08-0 FeCL3 Ferric Chloride,
231-729-4 ferric chloride solid
Ferric Chloride Powder Iron(III) Chloride Anhydrous CAS 7705-08-0 For Sewage Treatment
Ferric chloride is a covalent inorganic compound with the chemical formula FeCl3. Is a covalent compound. It is a black-brown crystal, also flake-like, with a melting point of 306°C and a boiling point of 316°C. It is easily soluble in water and has strong water absorption. It can absorb moisture in the air and deliquescence. When FeCl3 precipitates from the aqueous solution, there are six crystal waters as FeCl3·6H2O, and ferric chloride hexahydrate is orange-yellow crystals. Ferric chloride is a very important iron salt.
|Appearance||powdery or slightly lumpy|
|Melting point (℃)||306|
|Boiling point (℃)||316|
|Ferric chloride (FeCl3), w/% ≥||96|
|Ferrous chloride (FeCl2), w/% ≤||2|
|Insoluble matter, w/% ≤||1.5|
1. Metal etching.
2. Sewage treatment.
3. Printing and dyeing cylinder engraving.
4. The soap industry is used as a coagulant for glycerin recovery from soap waste liquid.
5. Hardware etching, etching products such as: glasses frames, clocks, electronic components, signs and nameplates.
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