Potassium Ferrate (VI) Basic Chemicals CAS 9739469-86-8 For Sewage Treatment
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|CAS||39469-86-8||Product Name||Potassium Ferrate|
|Type||Basic Chemicals||Appearance||Dark Purple Powder|
|Assay||99%||Key Words||Potassium Ferrate 39469-86-8|
basic organic chemicals,
Synonyms: POTASSIUM FERRATE(VI) 97;potassiumferrate;Potassium iron oxide;potassiuMferrateIV
CAS No.: 39469-86-8
Molecular Formula: K2FeO4
Molecular Weight: 198.04
Appearance: dark purple powder(pure)
Standard: Enterprise Standard
Packing: 25KG/Drum or as per your requirements
Application: Industrial use as antiseptics and oxidizing agent
Potassium ferrate is the chemical compound with the formula K2FeO4. This purple salt is paramagnetic, and is a rare example of an iron(VI) compound. K2FeO4 has attracted interest for applications in "green chemistry" because the by-products of its use, iron oxides, are environmentally innocuous. In contrast, some related oxidants such as chromate are considered environmentally hazardous. However, the main difficulty with the use of K2FeO4 is that it is often too reactive, as indicated by the fact that it decomposes in contact with water.
|Assay ( K2FeO4)||≥ %||92|
|Heavy Metal||≤ %||0.001|
|As ( As )||≤ %||0.0001|
|Water insoluble matter||≤ %||0.5|
|Loss on drying||≤ %||1.0|
1. In organic synthesis, K2FeO4 oxidizes primary alcohols.
2. K2FeO4 has also attracted attention as a potential cathode material in a "super iron battery."
3. It is also used as bleeding stopper for fresh wounds.
Potassium ferrate is a powerful oxidizing agent.
It has attracted interest for applications in "green chemistry" because the by-products of its use, iron oxides, are environmentally innocuous. In contrast, some related oxidants such as chromate are considered environmentally hazardous.