IRON SULPHATE DOMESTIK PRODUCT
CAS number: 7720-78-7
ChemSpider: 22804 UNII: RIB00980VW
EC number: 231-753-5 CHEMBL1200830
RTECS number: NO8500000
ATC code: B03AA07
Molecular formula: FeSO4
Molar mass: 151.908 g / mol (anhydrous) 169.92 g / mol (monohydrate)
278.05 g / mol (heptahydrate)
Appearance: green / blue or white crystals
Density: 2.84 g / cm3 (anhydrous) 2.2 g / cm3 (pentahydrate)
1.898 g / cm3 (heptahydrate)
Melting point: 70 ° C (heptahydrate dehydration) 400 ° C (Decay)
Solubility in water: 25.6 g / 100 ml (anhydrous) 48.6 g / 100 mL (heptahydrate) (50 ° C)
Other names: Ferrous sulfate, Green clarification, melanterite
Chemical formula of FeSO4.7H2O with 17-20% iron on the body is a chelated high-efficiency iron source. According to the amount of water in the iron sulfate; unhidrat (anhydrous), monohydrate (1 - single aqueous), pentahydrate (5 - five aqueous), heptahidrate (7 - seven aqueous) is divided into types. It is called as 'Karaboya, Saçıkara, Şıbılık'. The most important feature is that it works in wide pH range.
Production and Reactions
Iron Sulfate; Iron is produced as a by-product in the production or processing of steel and in the production of titanium dioxide. It is formed commercially as a by-product in the production of titanium dioxide or as a by-product in the finishing process prior to steel pickling.
It is quite common to use iron sulphate as a fertilizer considering the appropriate time and concentration in order to eliminate iron deficiency in cases where the iron plant in the soil cannot be taken due to external factors. It also kills the pest in the soil and prevents the removal of weeds.
Iron sulfate is one of the two most commonly used chemicals in the process of coagulation of chemical reactions in treatment processes.