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AKOS015904090     iron trihydrate

Synonyms: Fe(OH)3, I14-18065, EINECS 215-166-1, MolPort-006-150-104, Diiron trioxide hydrate, ...
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High impact information on iron trihydrate

  • CNNB was reduced in Fe(II)-only control experiments in a pH range of 7.28-7.97 with a pH dependency consistent with the transformation of Fe(II) to Fe(OH)3 or related oxides [1].
  • There was no clear difference in adsorption ability and fluorescence quenching, which indicated that the physical and chemical properties of Fe(OH)3 flocs formed from PFS and FeCl3 coagulation were similar [2].
  • Sorption capacity of freshly precipitated Fe(OH)3 was estimated to be 15.3 mg As/g. The kinetics of As(III) oxidation were interpreted using modified pseudo-first-order reaction [3].
  • Thorough studies of 28 water bodies, predominantly lakes from the younger moraine area of Schleswig-Holstein, Northern Germany but also some peat bog waters in Niedersachsen, Northern Germany and lake Balaton in Hungary, showed the presence of at least six redox systems: NO3-/NO2-; NO3-/NH4+; NO2-/NH4+; So/HS-; So/H2S; and probably Fe(OH)3/Fe2+ [4].
  • The approach is based on the use of a surfactant as a resist to define patterns of silicon oxide nanodomains onto which nanoparticles of iron hydroxide (Fe(OH)3), 1-5 nm diameter, could be deposited [5].

Associations of iron trihydrate with other chemical compounds


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of iron trihydrate

  • Conductivity titration curves of Fe(OH)3 added to water or ASA suggested that the ASA was complexing with iron [6].


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  3. Oxidation of arsenite in groundwater using ozone and oxygen. Kim, M.J., Nriagu, J. Sci. Total Environ. (2000) [Pubmed]
  4. Dominating redox systems in lakes and rivers; thermodynamic interpretation of in-situ measurements with a platinum electrode. David, R. Radiation and environmental biophysics. (1986) [Pubmed]
  5. Surfactant-resisted assembly of Fe-containing nanoparticles for site-specific growth of SWNTs on Si surface. He, M., Ling, X., Zhang, J., Liu, Z. The journal of physical chemistry. B, Condensed matter, materials, surfaces, interfaces & biophysical. (2005) [Pubmed]
  6. Iron chelation as a possible mechanism for aspirin-induced malondialdehyde production by mouse liver microsomes and mitochondria. Schwarz, K.B., Arey, B.J., Tolman, K., Mahanty, S. J. Clin. Invest. (1988) [Pubmed]
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