Ferric Chloride Anhydrous

Ferric Chloride Anhydrous

18.00 INR/Kilograms

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Ferric Chloride Anhydrous Price

  • 3000 Kilograms
  • 18.00 INR/Kilograms

Ferric Chloride Anhydrous Trade Information

  • 30000 Kilograms Per Day
  • 3-4 Days

Product Description

Ferric Chloride Anhydrous is an acidic, brown, and corrosive solution that is utilized as a flocculant in drinking water production, and sewage treatment, and as an etchant for copper-based metals in PCBs. This is composed with chemical formula FeCl3 by straight chlorination of iron along with chlorine and product is gathered since condensation of sublimed products. Soluble in water and longer shelf life, Ferric Chloride Anhydrous has great usage in Photography, Production of Ink, Pigments, Purifying Factory and so forth.

Specification of Ferric Chloride Anhydrous:

  • Apperance : Greenish Black Powder
  • Chemical Formula : FeCl3
  • FeCl3% : 98.5%
  • Ferrous Salt : 0.10%
  • Insolvable : 0.45%
  • SP Gravity @ 25Degree C : 2.80%
  • Molecular Wt. : 162.50
  • Solubility : Misable in water
  • Packing : 25 Kgs Bags 

FAQs of Ferric Chloride Anhydrous:

What happens when you add water to ferric chloride?

As a flocculant, synthetic substances that assist little particles in water with bunching together so they can be taken out, Ferric Chloride is broken down in arrangement, where it shapes a fluid brown colored arrangement.

What are the circumstances for ferric chloride test?

Stage 1: Break up the example in water in addition to ethanol. Stage 2: Add drops of a weaken arrangement of ferric chloride (FeCl3). Stage 3: In the event that the example goes to red, green, purple, or blue colouration it shows the presence of phenols.

What is the primary capability of ferric chloride?

The essential utilization of ferric chloride is to eliminate pollutions in water and for wastewater treatment. Ferric chloride is additionally one of a handful of the water treatment synthetics that can sequester scents. 

What not to blend in with ferric chloride?

Aluminum and concentrated ferric chloride don't blend quite well. It is feasible to scratch aluminum-containing metals with it, yet it is profoundly unfeasible at high focuses in light of the great intensity of response.

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