ferric chloride


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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.

ferric chloride

n.
A salt, FeCl3, used medicinally as an astringent and a hematinic and industrially as a coagulant.

ferric chloride

FeCl3, used principally in tincture form as an astringent.
See also: ferric
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Geographically, the global ferric chloride market is segmented into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa and South America.
Stibnite concentrate (Sb [greater than or equal to] 60%) was leached using commercial grade ferric chloride (FeCl3 [greater than or equal to] 95%).
Figures 6(a) and 6(b) show the FTIR spectra of synthesized PPy samples from different oxidants such as ferric chloride and ammonium persulphate, respectively.
Technavio's report, Global Ferric Chloride Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
The results showed that in comparison with ferric chloride in annual average turbidity about 6NTU, PAC had better results in turbidity, TTHM, UV254, TOC, DOC removal and less drop in PH and alkalinity, than ferric chloride.
Commercial chemical coagulants of analytical grade such as ferric chloride, ferrous sulphate, alum and lime along with powdered activated carbon (PAC) were purchased from Al-Mehran Chemicals Limited, Karachi, Pakistan.
A volume of 500 ml of biologically treated POME was added to each of six beakers with ferric chloride and alum solutions at different dose (50 to 300mg/l) added into each beaker.
The steel bodied skid frame was itself wrapped in GRP (glass-reinforced plastic) to offer further protection from the elements and also to protect it from the highly corrosive ferric chloride.
NITRIC acid, sulphuric acid and ferric chloride is a highly toxic combination.
Hundreds of gallons of the watercleaning chemical ferric chloride exploded and caught fire after the tanker was involved in an accident on the southbound carriageway of the A465 between Resolven and Clun on the outskirts of Neath.
Panic and confusion swept through Rhondda Fawr following police warnings that strong winds were blowing ferric chloride, sent into the air after a lorry exploded, toward Treherbert.
* A greater disadvantage than the aesthetic changes from ferric salts is the structural damage that ferric chloride can do to feed equipment and plant structures.