Iron (II) Sulphide Fused Sticks are solid forms of iron sulfide, a compound of iron and sulfur. These sticks are created by melting and shaping iron sulfide into convenient forms, often used for educational and scientific purposes. They are valuable tools for conducting experiments and demonstrations, allowing individuals to explore the unique properties and chemical reactions of iron sulfide in a tangible and hands-on way. These fused sticks find applications in various settings, from classrooms and laboratories to industrial processes, where a deeper understanding of iron sulfide chemistry is essential.
Iron (II) Sulphide Fused Sticks
£8.99 – £89.75
- Thermite Reactions: Generates intense heat for welding and cutting.
- Chemical Synthesis: Used in various chemical reactions and lab syntheses.
- Pyrotechnics: Creates sparks and special effects in fireworks.
- Safety Devices: Acts as an ignition source in safety devices.
- Ceramics: Used in ceramic glazes for colour effects.
- Education: Demonstrations and experiments in chemistry education.
- Chemical Research: Studied for its chemical properties.
- Metalworking: Applied in metalworking processes.
- Electrochemistry: Used in electrochemical applications.
- Photography: Historically used in early photography.
Sulphide, Sulphur: >30%
Molecular Formula: FeS
Molecular Weight: 87.91g/mol
Melting Point: 1195 °C
Form: Fused Sticks
Hazard Phrases: Not considered harmful under normal laboratory conditions
Cas No: 1317-37-9
Einecs No: 215-268-6
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