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biologists find weird cave life that might be 50000 years

biologists find weird cave life that might be 50000 years old and were able to exist by living on minerals such as iron and ukraine and elsewhere that eat copper sulfate and seem to be

iron - wikipedia

iron (/ ˈ aɪ ər n /) is a chemical element with symbol fe (from latin: ferrum) and atomic number 26. it is a metal that belongs to the first transition series and group 8 of the periodic is by mass the most common element on earth forming much of earth's outer and inner is the fourth most common element in the earth's crust.. in its metallic state iron is rare in the

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ferrous sulfate feo4s - pubchem

ferrous sulfate feo4s cid 24393 - structure chemical names physical and chemical properties classification patents literature biological activities safety

method of extraction of nickel sulfate from a solution

method of extraction of nickel sulfate from the solution including evaporation source solution acidified with sulfuric acid to a ph of 2.5 to 6.0 the crystallization of nickel sulphate from one stripped off solution cooled in two stages with intermediate exposure at a constant temperature separating the crystals from the mother liquor and

aluminum sulfate leach solution extracting iron

a series of experiments was conducted to select the most efficient extractant for removing iron from the aluminum sulfate leach solution. extractants were contacted with the leach solution in separatory funnels at ambient temperature at a 1:1 phase ratio. kerosine was used as the diluent in all cases. table 4 shows the iron extraction in percent.

us4055631a - production of iron sulfate monohydrate

a process for the production of high purity iron sulfate monohydrate from an iron sulfide mineral feed involving a leaching purification crystallization and dehydration procedure to recover a solution of iron sulfate containing iron sulfate polyhydrates and to convert iron sulfate polyhydrates in a series of steps to monohydrate crystals.

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iron(ii) sulfate - sciencemadness wiki

iron(ii) sulfate also known as ferrous sulfate is the sulfate salt of the iron(ii) is most commonly seen as the heptahydrate which forms blue-green crystals. it is a brownish-white powder when anhydrous. the old name for the iron(ii) sulfate is green vitriol.

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