Iron (II) Oxide Formula, also referred to as Ferrous Oxide formula or Iron Monoxide formula is discussed in this article. This inorganic compound consists of 1 Iron atom and 1 Oxygen atom. The chemical formula of the Iron (II) Oxide Formula is FeO.
It occurs as a black crystalline solid. It doesn't dissolve in water and alkali. It is soluble in acids. Naturally, it occurs because of the unfinished oxidation of the metal. It's widely used as a raw material to manufacture steel, as a dye or pigment in the heat-absorbing glass in automobiles and buildings, and as a catalyst within the industrial operations.