|Name:||Ferric Chloride Anhydrous||Other Name:||Iron(III) Chloride|
|HS Code:||2827399000||CAS No.:||7705-08-0|
Iron III Ferric Chloride Anhydrous,
Ferric Chloride Anhydrous FeCl3,
50kg / Drum Ferric Chloride Anhydrous
Iron(III) Chloride Ferric Chloride Anhydrous FeCl3 50kg/Drum For Etching And Water Treatment
-Ferric chloride anhydrous has a chemical formula of FeCl3.
-Ferric chloride has a comparatively low melting temperature compared to its boiling temperature, which is about 315 degrees Celsius. Ferric chloride undergoes water dissolution, producing energy in this exothermic reaction.
-The angle of observation primarily influences its hue. The crystallites seem to have a blackish-green tint when light is reflected at the surface. However, the crystals look violet when the light passes through the medium.
-The resulting aqueous solution is pale yellow when ferric chloride is dissolved in water. It also smells strongly of muriatic or hydrochloric acid.
Ferric chloride anhydrous is dangerous, extremely corrosive, and naturally acidic. In exchange, the anhydrous substance is a potent dehydrating stimulant. Despite the rarity of human toxicity, consuming ferric chloride can cause substantial sickness and raise the fatality rate.
|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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