iron chloride


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Related to iron chloride: Iron nitrate

iron chloride

[′ī·ərn ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
References in periodicals archive ?
This is subjected to the use of iron chloride as a sludge dewatering agent.
The results revealed that peroxidase activity was increased significantly in both kidney and liver after exposure to iron chloride in all the treatments as compared to the control group.
The colorants that were used in the research are limited to solutions of iron chloride, cobalt chloride, copper sulphate and iron sulphate.
The artist produces his own paints, using ingredients that have included, as the artist has noted, "chalk, antifouling"--whatever that is--"copper paint, linseed oil, iron chloride, turpentine oil, water, and tea," plus ground pigments and bone glue.
I made a dilute solution of iron chloride (FeCl3) and rubbed some on my arm.
Central to its success will be the ability of individual galvanising plants to control the content of their spent liquors for efficient use of the iron chloride in the water treatment sector.
Residual iron chloride, a reagent used in the polymerization reaction, was removed from the P3OT fractions by washing the polymers in solution with an aqueous solution of disodium ethylenediamine tetraacetate (EDTA, Fisher), a metal ion chelating agent.
Summary: Polymeric composites of Iron chloride (FeCl 3 ) doped Poly (ethylene oxide) fabricated in various weight fractions were subjected to FTIR, AC impedance test, DC conductivity and resistivity respectively.
However, removal of iron chloride impurities from the polymer resulted in greater thermal stability.