Ferric nitrate or iron (III) nitrate as nonahydrate with an iron content of approx. 13.82%.
Fe (NO3) 3 content approx. 98%.
Special qualities available.
Traditionally, iron nitrate has been used for tanning leather, but also for pickling cotton, as well as for dyeing silk.
Today it is more applications in the field of:
Iron nitrate is rather violet as a crystalline product. It is soluble in water, alcohol and acetone. The melting point is 47°C. The crystals are therefore often a little deliquescent.
PP / PE bags of 25kg each
On request, but usually at short notice or promptly from the factory.
|Name:||Iron Nitrate, nonahydrate|
|IUPAC Name:||iron(3+) trinitrate|
Transport Class: 5.1
Packaging Group: III
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EC-name: iron trinitrate