Iron chloride anhydrous 97% [7705-08-0] Iron chloride has a depressive effect on barite and can be used in barite-celestite separation. He was also rated as a depressant when separating niobium with zirconium. In general, iron and iron compounds are not selective depressants and in many cases are harmful to the flotation of oxide and industrial minerals, such as anion flotation, fatty acids, iron complexes or iron oleate complexes.
Density: 2.89 g / cm3 (25 ° C)
Melting point: 306 ° C (decomposition)
PH value: 1 (200 g / l, H₂O, 20 ° C)
Vapor pressure: 1 hPa (20 ° C)
Bulk density: 1000 kg / m3
Solubility: 920 g / l Hydrolysis
Identity (Fe): pass the test
Identity (Cl): pass the test
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