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Chemistry Formulas

Iron (II) sulfate formula, also referred to as Ferrous Sulfate formula or Green vitriol formula is mentioned in this article. It is a compound of sulfate and iron where the ratio of iron to sulfate ion is 1:1. Some hydrates which occur naturally are monohydrate and tetrahydrate. The molecular formula of Iron (II) sulfate is FeSO4.

Iron (II) sulfate is a crystalline solid which is either greenish or yellow-brown. It is very dangerous to the environment and quick measures ought to be taken to stop it. It acts as a reducing agent. It is an iron molecule entity. It is widely used in water sewage treatment and as an ingredient in fertilizers.


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