iron hydroxide


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iron hydroxide

[′ī·ərn hī′dräk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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A single-element standard stock solution of Fe 10000 mg [L.sup.-1] for general tests in the Japanese pharmacopoeia (Wako Pure Chemical Industries Inc., Osaka, Japan) was used as the iron solution for iron hydroxide coprecipitation.
Weathering of the Tegulines Clay was visible macroscopically on the core samples, marked by the presence of iron hydroxides and gypsum, and a yellowish rock color.
Chromium iron hydroxide sludge from the settling pond of a fertilizer industry is taken.
Study of uniaxial compaction of iron powders with a particle size of 60 nm obtained by reduction of iron hydroxide in a hydrogen atmosphere was carried out in a cylindrical mold having an inner diameter 15 mm; compact height was 5-7 mm.
Similar results have been described by Hassan et al with comparison of intravenous iron sucrose with oral iron hydroxide polymaltose complex13.
BASF Corporarion has received a patcnr for a color effect material comprised of a platelet-shaped substrate sequentially encapsulated with a first layer which is highly reflective to light directed thereon and which is selected from the group consisting of silver, gold, platinum, palladium, rhodium, rurhenium, osmium, iridium and alloys thereof; and a second spacer layer which does not provide significant incident angle dependent variable pathlength difference, the spacer layer is selected from the group consisting of chromium oxide, zinc oxide, zinc hydroxide, zirconium oxide, zirconium hydroxide, zirconium nitride, titanium nitride, iron hydroxide, polymethyl methacrylate, polyethylene tcrephthalate, and high density polyethylene.
Ferrous iron ([Fe.sup.2+]) is oxidized to ferric iron ([Fe.sup.3+]), which readily forms the insoluble iron hydroxide complex Fe(OH)3.
The electrodes they use react with water to form a precipitate of yellow iron hydroxide, or what we commonly know as rust, explained the Dubai Municipality's Senior Food Studies and Surveys Officer, Bobby Krishna.
Low goethite: Mineralogical studies of the bauxite suggest that abundances of the problematic iron hydroxide mineral species called goethite are very low to absent.
If ultraviolet light strikes iron hydroxide minerals, it triggers a reaction that drives away water and leaves hematite behind.