Ferro sulphate

Description
Crystals or granules which could be greenish or yellow-brown to greyish white to buff powder. Hygroscopic in nature. Soluble (slowly) in water but not in alcohol. Used in the manufacture of ink and black dyes, iron salts etc.
Trade Names (Synonyms)
Copperas - duretter -duroferon -exsiccated ferrous sulfate -exsiccated ferrous sulphate - feosol - feospan - fer in sol - fero gradumet - ferralyn -ferro gradumet -ferrosulfat -ferrous sulfate - ferro theron -fersolate -green vitriol - iron monosulfate - iron protosulfate - iron sulfate - iron vitriol -irospan -irosul -slow fe - sulferrous - sulphuric acid, iron(2) salt.

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