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*  Saprolite
Iron compounds are the primary coloring agents in saprolites. At most outcrops the color comes from ferric compounds; the color ... In most outcrops its color comes from ferric compounds. Deeply weathered profiles are widespread on the continental landmasses ...
*  Tetraphenylporphyrin
Well-studied derivatives include the ferric compounds, e.g. Fe(TPP)Cl and the oxide [Fe(TPP)]2O, and ferrous compounds, e.g. Fe ... The compound is a dark purple solid that dissolves in nonpolar organic solvents such as chloroform and benzene. ... Unlike natural porphyrins, H2TPP is substituted at the oxidatively sensitive "meso" carbon positions, and hence the compound is ... Tetraphenylporphyrin, abbreviated TPP or H2TPP, is a synthetic heterocyclic compound that resembles naturally occurring ...
*  Iron(II) selenate
The ferric compound Fe2(SeO4)3 was also reported. However, iron(II) selenite (FeSeO3) is unknown, though the selenite and ... Journal of Alloys & Compounds, 1994 , 210 (1-2) :125-128 Pinaev, G. F.; Stukan, R. A.; Makarov, E. F.. Moessbauer effect in ... Iron(II) selenate is an inorganic compound with the formula FeSeO4. The pentahydrate [Fe(H2O)4]SeO4.H2O is isomorphous to the ...
*  Blueprint
Other blueprint processes based on photosensitive ferric compounds have been used. The best known is probably a process using ... ammonium ferric citrate and potassium ferricyanide. In this procedure, a distinctly blue compound is formed and the process is ... Excess ammonium ferric citrate and potassium ferricyanide are then washed away. This is a simple process for the reproduction ... The paper is impregnated with a solution of ammonium ferric citrate and dried. When the paper is illuminated, a photoreaction ...
*  Heliographic copier
Different blueprint processes based on photosensitive ferric compounds have been used. The best known is probably a process ... Using the right compound some "cyano copiers" could be adapted to be used as "diazo copiers". The light sensitivity of certain ... using ammonium ferric citrate and potassium ferricyanide. In this procedure a distinctly blue compound is formed and the ... Excess ammonium ferric citrate and potassium ferricyanide are then washed away. The process of diazotype (Whiteprints) replaced ...
*  2,6-Pyridinedicarbothioic acid
In the presence of air, the ferrous complex oxidizes to the ferric compound. It is iron selective as only the Fe complex is ... Siderophores solubilize compounds by forming strong complexes. PDTC is secreted by the soil bacteria Pseudomonas stutzeri and ... 2,6-Pyridinedicarbothioic acid (PDTC) is an organosulfur compound that is produced by some bacteria. It functions as a ... The ferric complex is brown, whereas the ferrous complex is blue. ...
*  Iron
Traditionally, iron(II) compounds are called ferrous, and iron(III) compounds ferric. Iron also occurs in higher oxidation ... Iron forms binary compounds with the halogens and the chalcogens. Among its organometallic compounds is ferrocene, the first ... The binary ferrous and ferric halides are well-known, with the exception of ferric iodide. The ferrous halides typically arise ... compounds tend to be oxidized to iron(III) compounds in the air. Unlike many other metals, iron does not form amalgams with ...
*  Gallium trichloride
... compounds have been used as diamagnetic analogues of ferric compounds. Gallium trichloride can be prepared from the elements, ... Compounds like KGa2Cl7 that have a chloride bridged anion are known In a molten mixture of KCl and GaCl3, the following ... Gallium(III) is easier to reduce than Al(III), so the chemistry of reduced gallium compounds is more extensive than for ... Gallium trichloride is the chemical compound with the formula GaCl3. Solid gallium trichloride exists as a dimer with the ...
*  Ferric
A common ferric compound is ferric chloride (FeCl3). In qualitative inorganic analysis, the presence of ferric ion can be ... In water, ferric iron forms compounds that are often insoluble, at least near neutral pH. A salt of ferric iron hydrolyzes ... Rust, a mixture of ferric hydroxide compounds, illustrates the low solubility of ferric ions in water. Various reagents cause ... H 2O Ferric chloride (Iron(III) chloride) Ferric oxide (Iron(III) oxide) Ferric fluoride (Iron(III) fluoride) Berg, Jeremy Mark ...
*  Sam Granick
... published a series of important research papers on ferritin and other ferric compounds in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. ...
*  Flash reactor
This results in the separation of oxidised ferric compounds from paramagnetic chromite components within the ore at the reactor ... the magnetic properties of the ore are changed at high temperatures as ferrite compounds within the ore are oxidized. ...
*  Bog iron
... then oxidizes to ferric compounds, or whether the ferric compounds are reduced when exposed to anoxic conditions upon burial ... The iron is oxidized to ferric hydroxide upon encountering the oxidizing environment of the surface. Bog ore often combines ... In the acidic environment of the bog, a chemical reaction forms insoluble iron compounds which precipitate out. But more ...
*  Exoelectrogen
In iron chelation, insoluble ferric oxide compounds are solubilized in aqueous solutions. As bioavailability of iron is scarce ... Two commonly observed acceptors are iron compounds (specifically Fe(III) oxides) and manganese compounds (specifically Mn(III/ ... Certain exoelectrogens have shown capability of using such compounds for electron transport by solubilizing iron ... an electrode or external metal compound). While these proteins are diverse (taking on both membrane-bound or soluble forms), ...
*  Iron(III) fluoride
Some cross coupling reaction are catalyzed by ferric fluoride-based compounds. Specifically the coupling of biaryl compounds ... Iron(III) fluoride, also known as ferric fluoride, is an inorganic compound. It exists in an anhydrous form (formula FeF3) as ... The formation of ferric fluoride may have been responsible for the explosion of a cylinder of fluorine gas. Housecroft, ... 1. p. 266-7. J. Aigueperse, P. Mollard, D. Devilliers, M. Chemla, R. Faron, R. Romano, J. P. Cuer, "Fluorine Compounds, ...
*  Ferric ammonium oxalate
... is a chemical compound. It is mostly used for the manufacture of blueprint paper. http://dictionary. ... chemicalland21.com/specialtychem/perchem/FERRIC%20AMMONIUM%20OXALATE.htm. ... reference.com/browse/ferric+ammonium+oxalate http://www.chemblink.com/products/13268-42-3.htm http:// ...
*  Magnet
Flexible magnets are composed of a high-coercivity ferromagnetic compound (usually ferric oxide) mixed with a plastic binder. ... Chemistry: Chemists use nuclear magnetic resonance to characterize synthesized compounds. Chucks are used in the metalworking ...
*  Jeewanu
Inorganic substances such as colloidal ferric chloride or molybdenum compounds supposedly acted as cofactors and catalysts. ... Their initial experiment consisted of a sterilised apparatus in which inorganic nitrogenous compounds (such as ammonium ... microscopic cell-like spheres from a mixture of simple organic and inorganic compounds. Bahadur named these particles 'Jeewanu ... colloidal molybdenum oxide or potassium nitrate and ferric chloride under sunlight. It appears that this experimental approach ...
*  Refrigerator magnet
Later, a flexible magnet was developed, composed of a high-coercivity ferromagnetic compound (usually ferric oxide) mixed with ...
*  Iron(III) acetate
Ferric acetate is the coordination compound more commonly known as "basic iron acetate". With the formula [Fe3O(OAc)6(H2O)3]OAc ... The compound was an early example of a molecular compound of iron that features an oxide ligand. Ignoring its 24 hydrogen ... form analogous compounds. Iron(III) acetate (lacking the oxo ligand) has been claimed as a red coloured compound from the ... The formation of the red-brown complex has long been used as a test for ferric ions. Basic iron acetate forms on treating ...
*  Ferric oxalate
... , also known as iron(III) oxalate, is a chemical compound composed of ferric ions and oxalate ligands; it may ... ferric oxalate has been investigated as a short term treatment for dentin hypersensitivity. It is used in certain toothpaste ... "Clinical evaluation of ferric oxalate in relieving dentine hypersensitivity". Journal of Oral Rehabilitation. 31 (3): 245-250. ... also be regarded as the ferric salt of oxalic acid. The anhydrous material is pale yellow; however, it may be hydrated to form ...
*  Brown podzolic
The aluminum and ferric iron compounds in the subsoil also tend to bind the soil particles together, giving a "pellety" fine ... and leaching ensures a net accumulation of these compounds in the B horizon, giving an orange-brown "rusty" colour which is ...
*  Iron(III) oxide
... or ferric oxide is the inorganic compound with the formula Fe2O3. It is one of the three main oxides of iron, ... A very fine powder of ferric oxide is known as "jeweler's rouge", "red rouge", or simply rouge. It is used to put the final ... Products sold as "stropping compound" are often applied to a leather strop to assist in getting a razor edge on knives, ... To a chemist, rust is considered an ill-defined material, described as hydrated ferric oxide.[citation needed] Fe2O3 can be ...
*  Iron(III) phosphate
... , also ferric phosphate, is the inorganic compound with the formula FePO4. Several related materials are ... "FERRIC PHOSPHATE". EndMemo.com. Retrieved 22 January 2016. Roncal-Herrero, T., Rodriguez-Blanco, J.D., Benning, L.G., Oelkers, ... The iron EDTA complex formed by the reaction of ferric EDTA with hydroxide ions, and the potential for EDTA to leach heavy ... According to a 2012 petition to remove ferric phosphate (III) from a list of accepted organic ingredients, it "appears that all ...
*  Pressure oxidation
The oxidation of the iron sulfide minerals produces sulfuric acid, soluble compounds such as ferric sulfate, and solids such as ...
*  Iron(II) chloride
... but the related compounds ferrous sulfate and ferric chloride enjoy more applications. Aside from use in the laboratory ... The compound is also soluble in water; aqueous solutions of FeCl2 are highly transparent and pale green in color. Hydrated ... The compound is white, but typical samples are often off-white. FeCl2 crystallizes from water as the greenish tetrahydrate, ... Ferric chloride decomposes to ferrous chloride at high temperatures. The dihydrate, FeCl2(H2O)2, is a coordination polymer. ...
*  Incendiary device
Modern incendiary bombs usually contain thermite, made from aluminium and ferric oxide. It takes very high temperatures to ... A variety of pyrophoric materials can also be used: selected organometallic compounds, most often triethylaluminium, ...