A solution is produced which contains ferric hydrate dissolved in ferric chloride, with free chloride of ammonium.
The alumina may be separated from the ferric oxide by potash-lye.
Heated in air it yields a mixture of ferric oxide and chloride, and in steam magnetic oxide, hydrochloric acid, and hydrogen.
If present, ferric ferrocyanide, a blue precipitate, will be formed.
A ferric salt added to a solution of this acid imparts a greenish colour to it.
From a mixture of muriate of iron (ferric chloride) and spirit of tar.
One drop of a dilute solution of ferric chloride added to a solution of 20 mgrms.
It has a bitter taste and acid reaction; its aqueous solution is unaffected by the ferric salts and tincture of galls.
Third, they form soluble, dark-blue or greenish-black compounds with ferric salts, the common inks.
ferric chloride can form no less than four stable hydrates, viz.
ferric fer·ric (fěr'ĭk)
Of, relating to, or containing iron, especially with a valence of 3 or a valence higher than in a corresponding ferrous compound.
Containing iron, especially iron with a valence of 3. Compare ferrous.