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iron oxide

n.
Any of various oxides of iron, such as ferric oxide or ferrous oxide.

fer′ric ox′ide



n.
a red crystalline compound, Fe2O3, used as a pigment, mordant, and coating for magnetic tape.
[1880–85]
Translations
raudoksiid
rautaoksidi

iron oxide

nossido di ferro
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The first is when the iron sulfide changes into iron sulphate and the second is when iron sulphate changes into orange iron hydroxide.
land-based earthworks for the preparation of the driveway and the installation surface of the machine technology, - water-side work on iron hydroxide sludge removal (about 30 000 t per year) from the bhlow barrier by means of two suction dredgers, - land-based work on the separation of impurities and sludge thickening, - utilization / disposal of the thickened sludge (about 14 000 t / per year).
Bogdanova OM, Pashchenko IG (2004) Comparative evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment of IDA in patients with elderly drug salt and iron hydroxide complex polymaltose.
Also present were small transparent grey grains (with a distinctly higher lustre) of alkali feldspar that contained tiny metallic hematite flakes and small orange patches, possibly iron hydroxide.
Normally sulphide minerals react with oxygen and water to produce sulphuric acid and iron sulphide or iron hydroxide.
Amorphous iron hydroxide was fabricated in the laboratory by precipitation technique.
The hexavalent chromium ions enter the solution and are separated from the iron hydroxide precipitate as the sludge is dewatered.
Similar results have been described by Hassan et al with comparison of intravenous iron sucrose with oral iron hydroxide polymaltose complex13.
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3+]), which readily forms the insoluble iron hydroxide complex Fe(OH)3.
The electrodes they use react with water to form a precipitate of yellow iron hydroxide, or what we commonly know as rust, explained the Dubai Municipality's Senior Food Studies and Surveys Officer, Bobby Krishna.