Bivalent iron sulfate

(Ferrous sulfate) is a compound with the chemical formula FeSO4.7H2O, which can be produced in the form of green crystals depending on the pH. Normally, seven molecules of water are present in the composition of iron sulfate, and when dried, it can take three molecules of water and become white powder crystals. The other type does not allow the formation of crystals to its molecules, as it is in liquid form, it enters the drying spray dryer and is dried. In this case, we have monofilament turquoise iron sulfate and its shape is completely granular It will come in white, which is called monohydrate. Iron sulfate is one of the ingredients of fertilizer production. The amount of iron sulfate in cereals and fruit trees varies depending on the type of product and soil type. For pistachio trees, for example, they have the highest amount of dandruff.

Triple iron sulfate

(Ferric sulfate) with the chemical formula Fe2 (SO4) 3 and yellow to brown, and usually less of it is found on the market, and is mainly used to treat water and sewage as well as the color of the grain.

Iron sulfate is one of the most commonly used chemicals. The countries of Germany and England in Europe and India and China in Asia are among the world’s leading producers of this substance. Of course, the manufacturing methods of the advanced countries differed from the third world, so that they are produced from large-scale wastewater from large steel mills. For example, in China, mineral deposits such as Titanium Oxide are used. Due to the high demand for iron sulfates, Iran has many production units in Zanjan, Isfahan, Qom, Tehran and Kerman provinces. In addition to domestic consumption, part of the product produced in Iran’s factories in neighboring countries, including Iraq, Turkey , Armenia, Pakistan and Tajikistan.

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