Ferrous Sulphate Heptahydrate is a salt with the formula FeSO4*7H2O. It is used as Fertilizer and Coagulant.

Ferrous Sulphate is produced in 2 forms, Monohydrate and Hyptahydrate. The difference between the products is the degree of drying it underwent. Monohydrate has been dried further than Hyptahydrate, and is freer flowing. Ferrous Sulphate Manufacturer

Formula : FeSO4*7H2O Molar mass :  278.02 g/mol
Melting point :  60-64 °C IUPAC ID : Iron(II) sulfate
Density : 1.895 g/cm³ Solubility in Water :29.51 g/100 mL (25 °C)
  • Medical use
  • Colorant (Ink)
  • Fertilizers
  • Agriculture
Technical Name Ferrous Sulphate Hyptahydrate
Formula FeSO4*7H2O
Appearance Greenish Crystals
Assay 92%
Fe Content 19%
Insoluble 0.05%

Ferrous sulphate Monohydrate is a salt with the formula FeSO4*H2O. It is used medically to treat iron deficiency, and also for industrial applications.

Ferrous Sulphate is produced in 2 forms, Monohydrate and Hyptahydrate. The difference between the products is the degree of drying it underwent. Monohydrate has been dried further than Hyptahydrate, and is freer flowing. Ferrous Sulphate Manufacturer

Formula : FeSO4*H2O Molar mass :  169.93 g/mol
Melting point :  300 °C IUPAC ID : Iron(II) sulfate
Density : 3 g/cm³ Soluble in : Water
  • Medical use
  • Colorant (Ink)
  • Fertilizers
  • Agriculture
Technical Name Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate
Formula FeSO4*H2O
Appearance Greenish Powder
Assay 82%
Fe Content 30%
pH of 5% Solu. 3-5
Insoluble 0.05%

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