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Ferrous Oxalate

FeC2O4 - 2H2O

Alternate Names: Fe (II) Oxalate Dihydrate

OxideAnalysisFormula
FeO36.70%1.000
LOI63.29
Oxide Weight81.80
Formula Weight222.83
If this formula is not unified correctly please contact us.
DENS - Density (Specific Gravity) 2.28
DTMP - Decomposition Temperature 190C (Alfa) or 150C (CRC Handbook)

CAS #: 6047-25-2
Formula weight: 179.90 (Anhydrous FW: 143.87)
Somewhat hygroscopic -- keep in sealed container.

This material is being researched by Jon Singer as a secret to the production of a copper red glaze. His comments are:

-Oxalic acid sublimes at 157C.
-This is Ferrous, so if you knock off the waters and the oxalic acid you get FeO, FW 71.844.
The LOI should be 60.06%.
-There is reason to believe that this material causes some _in-situ_ reduction.
-If I make a Copper Red glaze with this stuff, it reds up beautifully; if I make essentially the same
glaze with FeO, it mostly just turns pink. OTOH, that could be caused by some other kind
of magic going on.)


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By Tony Hansen

XML for Import into INSIGHT

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