chloride, also known as ferrous chloride, is the chemical compound of
- It has a
high melting point, paramagnetic solid, usually obtained as an off-white
prepared in this way exhibits convenient solubility in tetrahydrofuran, a
common solvent for chemical reactions.
- In one of
two classic syntheses of ferrocene, Wilkinson generated FeCl2 by heating
FeCl3 with iron powder.
chloride decomposes to ferrous chloride at high temperatures.
introducing chlorine gas to ferrous chloride, it is possible to regenerate
- The NJME
Pollution Prevention team needed to determine how much chlorine gas was
needed to convert the company’s 49,997 lbs of ferrous into ferric
chloride has a variety of niche applications, but the related compounds
ferrous sulfate and ferric chloride enjoy more applications.
- Aside from
use in the laboratory synthesis of iron complexes, ferrous chloride serves
as a reducing flocculating agent in wastewater treatment, especially for
wastes containing chromate.
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