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Iron ii Bromide Powder (FeBr2, APS: -325mesh, Purity: 99.9%)

Iron ii Bromide Powder
Product No NRE-11133
CAS No. 7789-46-0
Formula FeBr2
Molecular Weight  215.65 g mol−1
APS -325mesh
Purity 99.9%
Density 4.63 g cm−3
Color yellow-brown
Melting Point 684 °C
Boiling Point 934 °C

Iron ii Bromide Powder

Iron bromide powder has several applications across various industries. It is primarily used for its properties and characteristics that make it suitable for specific processes. Some common applications of iron bromide powder include:

Catalyst: Iron bromide powder can be utilized as a catalyst in various chemical reactions, including oxidation and polymerization processes.

Pharmaceuticals: Iron bromide powder finds applications in the pharmaceutical industry, particularly in the synthesis of certain organic compounds and pharmaceutical intermediates.

Organic synthesis: It is often used in organic synthesis for the preparation of various organic compounds and as a reagent in different chemical reactions.

Dye manufacturing: Iron bromide powder can be used in the production of certain dyes and pigments, contributing to the coloration of various products.

Water treatment: In water treatment applications, iron bromide powder can be employed for the removal of contaminants, including heavy metals, from industrial wastewater.

Research and development: It is used in research and development laboratories for various experiments and reactions due to its specific chemical properties.

Electroplating: Iron bromide powder can be utilized in electroplating processes, helping to create protective or decorative coatings on metal surfaces.

Photography: It can be used in the photographic industry as a component in the development of photographic materials.

Magnetic materials: Iron bromide powder can also be used in the production of certain magnetic materials, including magnetic recording media and magnetic fluids.

Other applications: Iron bromide powder may find use in other industries such as agriculture, where it could be employed as a micronutrient for crops, or in the production of certain specialty chemicals.