ferric chloride


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ferric chloride

n.
A salt, FeCl3, used medicinally as an astringent and a hematinic and industrially as a coagulant.

fer′ric chlo′ride



n.
a solid compound, FeCl3, used in engraving and sewage treatment, and in medicine as an astringent and styptic.
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The iron is to be supplied as ferric chloride solution or ferric chloride sulfate solution.
The fire service said 27,000 litres of the chemical - believed to be the corrosive substance ferric chloride (see panel) - was spilled.
USPRwire, Fri Nov 06 2015] Ferric chloride is used as a coagulant, mostly in the form of a liquid (40% solution), in the treatment of wastewater and sewage water (domestic and industrial).
Also using ferric chloride in removing turbidity is associated with creating colors in water and this causes a yellow reddish brown color on materials and if the its amount is more than 1 mg/l in water, it will cause turbidity and a medical taste in water (Sadeddin et al, 2011).
These PFA lined magnet drive gear pumps are reportedly perfect for accurate and reliable pumping of challenging liquids such as Hydrochloric Acid, Ferric Chloride, Sulphuric Acid and Hydrofluoric Acid.
CPC sources said the issue has been raised at high level that cancer and stomach and lever related fatal diseases are likely to be erupted due to use of blue chemical drums in carrying and supplying milk to the dairies and milk sellers in Rawalpindi city because these drums are used for supplying fatal chemicals like potassium chloride, caustic soda, sodium sulphide and ferric chloride which are highly lethal for life.
Interviewed by KUNA on Thursday, on the forum sidelines, the GOIC Secretary General Abdul Aziz Alaqeel said the tendered projects are designed to produce ferric chloride, chlorine dioxide (powder), sodium hypochlorite and fiber microfiltration membranes.
Ferric Chloride used in combination with PAC produced a synergistic effect in terms of effluent depollution and transpired into efficient removal of effluent COD (83%), Color (98%), Turbidity (97%) and TSS (96%).
The Exeter team boosted the conductivity of graphene by sandwiching a layer of ferric chloride between two layers of graphene, creating a material that is both transparent and much more flexible than ITO.
The objective of this paper is to ascertain which coagulants either ferric chloride or aluminium sulphate have the potential to form a larger floc and higher removal of turbidity.
To create GraphExeter, the Exeter team sandwiched molecules of ferric chloride between two layers of graphene.
o create GraphExeter, a team from the University of Exeter sandwiched molecules of ferric chloride between two layers of graphene.