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Ferric chloride anhydrous

Usage: Treatment of sewage and industrial wastes, etching agent for engraving, photography, and printed circuitry, condensation catalyst in friedel-crafts reactions, mordant, oxidizing, chlorinating, and condensing agent, disinfectant, pigment, feed

Product information 
Appearance:black crystalline powder
Molecular Weight:162.2
Density:2.8
Boiling Point:316℃
Melting Point:304℃
Flash Point:316 °C
Storage Temperature:2-8°C
Solubility:920 g/L (20 oC) in water
Stability:Stable. Very sensitive to moisture. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents; forms explosive mixtures with sodium, potassium. Hygroscopic.
Ferric chloride anhydrous 98%
Component Range Typical
Ferric chloride(Fecl3)w/%  ≥ 98.0 98.37%
Ferrous chloride(Fecl2)w/%  ≤ 1.0 0.5%
Insoluble residue w/%  ≤1.0               1.0%

Ferric chloride anhydrous 96%
Component Range Typical
Ferric chloride(Fecl3)w/%  ≥ 96.0 96.37%
Ferrous chloride(Fecl2)w/%  ≤ 2.0 2.0%
Insoluble residue w/%  ≤1.5           1.0%
 
Usage:
Treatment of sewage and industrial wastes, etching agent for engraving, photography, and printed circuitry, condensation catalyst in friedel-crafts reactions, mordant, oxidizing, chlorinating, and condensing agent, disinfectant, pigment, feed