Anhydrous iron (III) chloride

Anhydrous iron (III) chloride

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Caption: Anhydrous iron (III) chloride (FeCl3). Also called ferric chloride, the anhydrous form consists of dark green crystals. The hydrated form is yellow. Iron (III) chloride is toxic and corrosive. The anhydrous form is a powerful dehydrating agent, used as a catalyst in organic chemistry.

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