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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
415-4L Allied Electronics, Inc. MG CHEMICALS Not Provided Chemical; Ferric Chloride Copper Etchant; 1 gal liquid
415-20L Allied Electronics, Inc. MG CHEMICALS Not Provided Chemical; Ferric Chloride Copper Etchant; 5 gal liquid
415-1L Allied Electronics, Inc. MG CHEMICALS Not Provided Chemical; Ferric Chloride Copper Etchant; 33oz liquid
141311 ASAP Semiconductor MEGA Not Provided FERRIC CHLORIDE, XTALS, 0.5KG; Weight:0.52kg; SVHC:No SVHC (18-J
AR37 ASAP Semiconductor CIF Not Provided FERRIC CHLORIDE, 1L, SACHET; Dispensing Method:Sachet; SVHC:No S
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  • Pumping Ferric Chloride Safely
    Compared with alternatives such as alum (aluminium sulphate) or polymers, ferric chloride is often more effective both as a coagulant and for the removal of odour-inducing sulphides.
  • Zirconium Clad Pressure Vessels Offer Cost Savings in Highly Corrosive HCL Service (.pdf)
    obstacles to overcome: during in situ testing of zirconium 702, stress corrosion cracking. (SCC) was observed in test coupons. It was believed that ferric chloride was the SCC promoter. Since. freedom from ferric chloride contamination could not be assured, a solution to the SCC issue had
  • Optical Liquid Level Sensor Application Note (.pdf)
    . Detergent solutions. Silicone fluids. Silver Nitrate. Diethylamine. Soap solution. Diethyl Ether. Sodium Chloride. Dioctyl Phthalate. Sodium Hydroxide 10%. Edible fats & oils. Sodium Hydroxide 50%. Ethanol 50%. Sulphuric acid 10%. Ethyl Alcohol. Transformer oil. Ethylene Glycol. Turpentine. Ferric
  • Preventing Pitting and Crevice Corrosion in Tubing (.pdf)
    . The selection of in-. Fe++ ions, resulting in an acidic ferric chloride solution that can. adequate tubing al oy and suboptimal instal ation practices can. lead to accelerated corrosion of tubing within the crevice. lead to deterioration of tubing surfaces in a matter of months. Ideally, tubing
  • The Use of Inhibitors for Chmical Cleaning of Industrial Equipment (.pdf)
    ). Magnesium Chloride-6H2O. 281 ( 00C). Ferric Chloride-6H2O. 246 ( 00C). Ferrous Chloride-4H2O. 160 (10oC). Copper Chloride-2 H2O. 110.4 ( 00C). Nickel Chloride. 180 (Cold Water). 156. . Typically, the dissolution of the scale deposits (metal sulfides, sulfates, and phosphates) takes place. as shown
  • Technical Resources: Silicone Hose Chemical Resistance Guide (.pdf)
    . A. Ethyl chloride. C. MTBE. I. Sulfur trioxide, dry. B. Benzene, Benzol. X. Ethyl glycol. A. Mineral oils. A. Sulfuric acid, 10%. X. Benzine, petroleum ether. X. Ferric chloride 150°F (65°C). A. Natural gas. C. Sulfuric acid, 11% - 75%. X. Benzine, petroleum naphtha. X. Ferric sulfate 150°F (65°C). B
  • An Old Quality Lesson From Failure of a New Heat Exchanger (.pdf)
    and pitting. The fabrication problem. occurred despite very detailed and specific quality control plans. This failure reiterates the need for. thorough implementation of quality control plans during fabrication. KEYWORDS. Corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, pitting, ferric chloride, hydrochloric
  • Chemical Resistance
    ). Ethyl Alcohol. Ethylene Glycol. Ferric Chloride. Formaldehyde. Formic Acid. Fuel Oil (#2). Gasoline. Glycerin. Hydraulic Brake Fluid. Hydraulic Oil. Hydrochloric Acid (10%). Hydrofluoric Acid (20%). Hydrogen Peroxide. Hydrogen Sulfide. Isopropyl Alcohol. Kerosene. Lacquer Thinner. Liquid Dish Soap (10

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