|Name:||Ferric Chloride Anhydrous||Purity:||96% Min|
|HS Code:||2827399000||CAS No.:||7705-08-0|
Ferric Chloride Anhydrous,
Brown Crystal Ferric Chloride Anhydrous,
FeCl3 Ferric Chloride 7705-08-0
Iron(III) Chloride Ferric Chloride Anhydrous 96%Min Black Brown Crystal FeCl3 Anhydrous
Anhydrous ferric chloride is directly reacted with iron and chlorine to generate ferric chloride vapor, which can be condensed to obtain the finished product. There is a small amount of unreacted chlorine and ferric chloride in the reaction tail gas, and the chlorine gas is absorbed by the ferrous chloride solution to obtain liquid ferric chloride.
Ferric chloride is a black-brown hexagonal crystal, which is garnet red under transmitted light and metallic green under reflected light. It decomposes into ferrous chloride and chlorine gas at high temperature.
|TEST ITEMS||STANDARD VALUE||TEST VALUE||JUDGE|
|Appearance||Brown Green Crystals||Brown Green Crystals||First Grade|
|Ferric Chloride Content (FeCl3) %||First Grade ≥96.0||96.73%||First Grade|
|Ferrous Chloride Content (FeCl2) %||First Grade ≤2.0||1.39%||First Grade|
|Insoluble Content %||First Grade ≤1.5||0.64%||First Grade|
|Conclusion||According to GB/T1621-2008 inspection, it meets the first grade standard of ferric chloride anhydrous.|
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