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What is the Difference Between Ferrous and Ferric Oxide

Posted by Noah Technologies on Dec 30, 2019 8:30:00 AM

 

The smallest idiosyncrasies can make a world of difference. Especially in the world of chemistry. There are 118 known elements on Earth that make more than nine million unique organic compounds. All it takes is a small change at the atomic level to move from one compound to the next. 

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Topics: Iron Oxide, Ferric Oxide, Ferrous Oxide

3 Manufacturing Applications for Iron (III) Oxide

Posted by Diane Milner on May 29, 2018 9:02:00 AM

 

Iron (III) oxide, otherwise called ferric iron, is one of the three main oxides of iron. It is abbreviated as Fe2O3 and is actually a naturally-occurring mineral known as hematite. Readily attacked by acids, Iron (III) oxide is what most people know as rust.

Iron oxides are commonly used components in a wide variety of manufacturing process. They’re integral for several high-throughput applications that result in some of today’s most prominent commercial goods. Noah Technologies supplies a wide variety of iron oxides to manufacturers all over the country in various purities and amounts.

Here are three common manufacturing applications for these unique compounds.

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Topics: Iron Oxide, Manufacturing Applications

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