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ferric

 [fer´ik]
containing iron in its plus-three oxidation state, Fe(III) (sometimes designated Fe3+).
ferric chloride FeCl3, used as a reagent and as a diagnostic aid in phenylketonuria.

fer·ric

(fer'ik),
Relating to iron, especially denoting a salt containing iron in its higher (triad) valence, Fe3+. Many ferric salts are used as hematinics and supplements.

fer·ric

(fer'ik)
1. Relating to iron in its valence state of 3+ (Fe3+).
2. A compound in which iron exists in its valence state of Fe3+.

fer·ric

(fer'ik)
Relating to iron, especially denoting a salt containing iron in its higher (triad) valence, Fe3+. Many ferric salts are used as hematinics and supplements.
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Ferric iron, the other form of the metal, generally lacks those drawbacks, but its particles are too large to be absorbed well by the body.
TABLE 1 - COAGULANT CHANGE: ALUM TO ACID ALUM %TOC Removal % TOC Removal %TOC Removal Required With Alum With Acid Alum Plant 1 40 25 52 Plant 2 40 25 60 Plant 3 35 31 47 Plant 4 25 19 27 TABLE 2 - THEORETICAL EFFECTS ON ALKALINITY WITH CHEMICAL ADDITION Alkali Alkalinity Increase [*] Quicklime (CaO) 1.78 Hydrated lime (Ca[(OH).sub.2]) 1.35 Caustic soda (NaOH) 1.28 Soda ash ([Na.sub.2][CO.sub.3]) 0.94 Coagulant Alkalinity Decrease [**] Alum or aluminum sulfate 0.50 (dry basis) Ferric Chloride (dry basis) 1.0 Ferric Sulfate (dry basis) 1.0 Aluminum Chloride (as 5.6% AI) 0.312 Low Basicity PACI (as 5.3% AI) 0.265 Mid Basicity PACI (as 5.3% AI) 0.147 High Basicity PACI (as 5.3% AI) 0.088 (*)Theomtical increase expressed as [CaCO.sub.3]/ppm of alkali added.
Last year, 40,000 tonnes of ferric chloride were sold for this purpose and the level is expected to grow significantly to enable UK water companies to meet their consent levels.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global ferric chloride for 2019-2024.
Allan, "Meta-analysis of efficacy and safety of intravenous ferric carboxymaltose (Ferinject) from clinical trial reports and published trial data," BMC Blood Disorders, vol.
van Veldhuisen, MD, presented the results of EFFECT-HF (Effect of Ferric Carboxymaltose on Exercise Capacity in Patients With Iron Deficiency and Chronic Heart Failure), a multicenter European open-label trial in which 172 patients with HFrEF and iron deficiency were randomized to intravenous ferric carboxymaltose or standard therapy with no placebo control.
(2008) had studied the use of aluminum sulfate, ferric chloride and poly aluminum chloride in turbidity removal from drinking water.
Owing to the strict European Union norms of water purification and phosphorous removal from drinking water, the usage of ferric sulfate is expected to grow in the European Union.
The chemical properties and the physical properties for alum and ferric chloride coagulants used for the coagulation process are tabulated in Table 2 and the physical properties of the polyacrylamide coagulant aid used in the flocculation process is also tabulated in Table 2.
In Surface Complexation Modeling: Hydrous Ferric Oxide (1990), a surface-complexation model with a simple solid-water interface was developed in order to interpret available data for inorganic ion sorption on hydrous ferric oxide.
Chemische Fabrik Budenheim (CFB) confirmed to FLEXNEWS today that the measures have been taken after "small traces of melamine compounds" were found in some batches of 5.4 tonnes of ferric pyrophosphate exported to Korea in three shipments over a seven month period between October 2007 and April 2008.