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iron sulfate

[′ī·ərn ′səl‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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(iii) Equipment of the SRU consisted of iron oxide corrosion products in the steam drum, and iron sulfate corrosion products in the condenser.
Iron sulfate is one of the iron salts and is available as a medicine preparation for the clinical indications of iron consumption such as the treatment for or prevention of iron deficiency anemia.
The principle is to measure the excess [K.sub.2][Cr.sub.2][O.sub.7] by iron sulfate and ammonium in the presence of ferroin.
Huntsman recently celebrated the completion of a new [euro]38 million iron sulfate plant at its titanium dioxide Ti [o.sub.2]pigment manufacturing facility in Scarlino, Italy.
Any remaining moss can then be removed with an iron sulfate liquid moss remover.
The composition of the medium consisted of sodium lactate 6.0 g/L, sodium sulfate 4.5 g/L, ammonium chloride 1.0 g/L, yeast extract 1.0 g/L, potassium phosphate 0.5 g/L, sodium citrate 0.3 g/L, calcium chloride 0.06 g/L, magnesium sulfate 0.06 g/L, and iron sulfate 0.004 g/L.
After assurance that their cough would not respond to those two treatments, and they had normal lung function tests, no respiratory infections, and no relevant systemic disease, women with a ferritin less than 15 ng/ml were given iron supplementation for 2 months in the form of iron sulfate tablets daily of 330 mg to 660 mg.
(24) compared iron sulfate and a drug containing a combination of iron sulfate and zinc in anemic (Hb<11 g/dL) children for 8 weeks.
Typically, iron gall inks - at least those from the Middle Ages - were made from a concoction of iron sulfate and tannin acids, such as those extracted from oak gall nuts.
For their study, the team dumped seven tons of iron sulfate into the Antarctic Ocean in 2004.
If it's too high, you'll treat the lawn with iron sulfate or sulphur; too low and you'll use pelletized limestone.