iron acetate

iron acetate

[′ī·ərn ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
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Fe (III) acetate is a coordination compound more commonly known as basic iron acetate (III).
It was again found that the reaction of iron acetate, [(C[H.sub.3]C[O.sub.2]).sub.2]Fe, did not produce nucleation and growth, but that the decomposition of iron pentacarbonyl, Fe[(CO).sub.5], under the same solvent conditions at higher temperature produced nanoparticles of FeSe (Figure 4).
Black Mordant (Kasim) Iron acetate, in combination with myrobalan tannins, applied to cotton fibre, gives a colour-fast dye.
Some of the parts that had been dyed red in the first dye bath of chay-root have been painted with iron acetate. Then the whole cloth is dyed in a second dye bath with chay-root.
synthesized the iron acetate enriched in the [sup.57]Fe isotope [4].
For example, when we make a mixture of the iron acetate with the zinc acetate freeze-dried and heat treated, result in ZnFeO solid solution magnetically doped.
The main purpose of this work was to characterize the morphology, the magnetic and structural properties of nanostructured iron acetate produced by freeze-drying.
The absorber was prepared to contain about 20 mg/[cm.sup.2] of iron acetate. It was utilized a spectrum of zero-valent [alpha]-Fe taken at room temperature for the calibration of the equipment.
Iron acetates are highly soluble in water and may easily decompose in nanostructured iron oxides [5] under appropriate heat treatments up releasing [H.sub.2]O, acetic acid, acetone and C[O.sub.2].