|Name:||Ferric Chloride Anhydrous||Application:||Water Treatment|
|Appearance:||Dark Brown Crystal||HS Code:||2827399000|
|CAS No.:||7705-08-0||EINECS No.:||231-729-4|
Crystal FeCl3 Ferric Chloride,
FeCl3 Ferric Chloride 7705-08-0
Water Treatment FeCl3 Anhydrous Ferric Chloride 96PCT With CAS 7705-08-0
Iron(III) chloride is the inorganic compound with the formula (FeCl3). Also called ferric chloride, it is a common compound of iron in the +3 oxidation state. The anhydrous compound is a crystalline solid with a melting point of 307.6 °C. The color depends on the viewing angle: by reflected light the crystals appear dark green, but by transmitted light they appear purple-red.
|TEST ITEMS||STANDARD VALUE||TEST VALUE||JUDGE|
|Appearance||Brown Green Crystals||Brown Green Crystals||First Grade|
|Ferric Chloride Content
|First Grade ≥96.0||98.57%||First Grade|
|Ferrous Chloride Content
|First Grade ≤2.0||0.18%||First Grade|
|Insoluble Content %||First Grade ≤1.5||0.37%||First Grade|
According to GB/T1621-2008 inspection, it meets the first grade standard of anhydrous ferric chloride.
1. Used in anhydrous form as a drying reagent in certain reactions.
2. Used to detect the presence of phenol compounds in organic synthesis; e.g., examining purity of synthesized Aspirin.
3. Used in water and wastewater treatment to precipitate phosphate as iron(III) phosphate.
4. Used in wastewater treatment for odor control.
5. Used by American coin collectors to identify the dates of Buffalo nickels that are so badly worn that the date is no longer visible.
6. Used by bladesmiths and artisans in pattern welding to etch the metal, giving it a contrasting effect, to view metal layering or imperfections.
7. Used to etch the widmanstatten pattern in iron meteorites.
Necessary for the etching of photogravure plates for printing photographic and fine art images in intaglio and for etching rotogravure cylinders used in the printing industry.
8. Used to make printed circuit boards (PCBs) by etching copper.
9. Used to strip aluminum coating from mirrors.
10. Used to etch intricate medical devices.
11. Used in veterinary practice to treat overcropping of an animal's claws, particularly when the overcropping results in bleeding.
12. Reacts with cyclopentadienylmagnesium bromide in one preparation of ferrocene, a metal-sandwich complex.
13. Sometimes used in a technique of Raku ware firing, the iron coloring a pottery piece shades of pink, brown, and orange.
14. Used to test the pitting and crevice corrosion resistance of stainless steels and other alloys.
15. Used in conjunction with NaI in acetonitrile to mildly reduce organic azides to primary amines.
16. Used in an animal thrombosis model.
17. Used in energy storage systems.
18. Historically it was used to make direct positive blueprints.
19. A component of modified Carnoy's solution used for surgical treatment of keratocystic odontogenic tumor (KOT).
20. Used as an additive to sodium chloride to produce clear crystals.
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