iron hydroxide


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iron hydroxide

[′ī·ərn hī′dräk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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The yellowish colour of water is likely due to the formation of iron hydroxide [Fe[(OH).
The PZC of iron hydroxide was determined by salt addition method which has already been reported by Kinniburgh et al.
Chromium iron hydroxide sludge from the settling pond of a fertilizer industry is taken.
Iron therapy in iron deficiency anemia in Pregnancy: intravenous iron sucrose versus oral iron hydroxide polymaltose complex in anemia.
No traces of radium fixed to grains were discovered, which means that the radium bound to the iron hydroxide and manganese dioxide flocks was actually removed together with them during filter backwash.
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.
The second waste material is mainly gypsum with minor amounts of iron hydroxide.
Large quantities of iron hydroxide can clog stream beds and discolor rocks and banks a telltale rusty orange.
by means of hydrated lime and deposition of the iron hydroxide sludge by precipitation
To explore this possibility, Garlaschelli searched through the scientific literature and discovered that about 70 years ago, researchers demonstrated thixotropy in an iron hydroxide alloy.