Inorganic Chemical Of Ferrous Sulfate Heptahydrate

  • Author:Ray Dean
  • Source:www.oceanchinachem
  • Release on :2016-05-18

Ferrous Sulfate Heptahydrate, also called copperas, is a bluegreen crystals; soluble in water, melts at 64 C. It is commercially generated as a by-product during the manufacture of Titanium Dioxide, or as a by-product of the pickling of steel. As a mordant in dyeing wool, in the manufacture of ink, in water purification as a substitute for aluminum sulfate, as a fertilizer, and as a feed additive. It is used to produce magnetic ferric oxide.

Transportation Note: The complete packaging to shipment, loading should be safe. During transport to ensure that the container does not leak, did not fall, do not fall, no damage. Strictly prohibited and oxidants, alkali, edible chemicals mixed mixed operation. Transit should be anti-exposure, rain, high temperature. Finished vehicle transportation should be thoroughly cleaned. Highway transportation according to provisions of the route.

This product is a respiratory irritant, causing coughing and shortness of breath inhalation. Eyes, skin and mucous membrane irritant. Coverage cause weakness, abdominal pain, nausea, bloody diarrhea, lung and liver damage, shock, coma, severe cases can be fatal. In addition, there are certain environmental hazards.

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