What is Iron Sulfate?
Ferrous sulfate with chemical formula FeSO4.nH2O is a mineral (inorganic) substance.
In case of high acidity, it has light blue crystals and in case of low acidity, it has pale green crystals.
Ferrous sulfate is one of the most widely used iron compounds and is produced in two types of divalent and trivalent.
The most common type of divalent iron sulfate is ferrous sulfate, and the trivalent iron sulfate is ferric sulfate, represented by the chemical formula Fe2 (SO4) 3.
Crystalline ferrosulfate has 7 molecules of water in its crystalline structure and when it dries and loses water molecules, it turns into a white powder.
If iron sulphate is leached in the furnace, iron oxide and SO3 gas are produced
Industrial chemicals are considered as one of the most important bases of industry in any country. According to ISNA, according to market chemistry, each chemical is the result of a combination of several chemical elements and the type of substance obtained varies according to the amount of elements consumed.
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