|Iron 0 pentacarbonyl
|Soluble in nickel tetracarbonyl & organic Solvents.
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Typical Chemical Analysis
Iron carbonyl (pentacarbonyl iron), Fe (CO) 5, is an oily liquid. It is pyrophoric in air and burns to Fe2O3 (Iron [III] oxide). It decomposes by light to Fe2 (CO) 9 and CO. It is insoluble in water however readily soluble in most organic solvents for instance ether, acetone, ethyl acetate and slightly soluble in alcohol. Iron pentacarbonyl is synthesized from iron (and iron compounds) and CO.
Iron pentacarbonyl is utilized as an anti-knock agent in petrol. Fe (CO) 5 is employed in the production of carbonyl iron and it is a finely divided form of Fe. It is a material that is employed in magnetic cores of high-frequency coils for radios and televisions. It also applied for the fabrication of the active ingredients of some radar-absorbent materials, for example, iron ball paint.
Iron pentacarbonyl is famous as a chemical precursor for the synthesis of various iron-based nanoparticles. In oxygen-based flames, Iron pentacarbonyl has been found to be a strong flame speed inhibitor. However, due to its toxic nature, it has not been extensively applied as a flame retardant.
Iron has applications from food containers to family cars, from screwdrivers to washing machines, from cargo ships to paper staples. Steel is the best-known alloy of iron, and some of the forms that iron takes involve for instance pig iron, wrought iron, cast iron, carbon steel, alloy steels, and iron oxides. Most are utilized to synthesize steel, employed in civil engineering (reinforced concrete, girders, etc) and in manufacturing.
The industrial production of iron pentacarbonyl is somewhat similar to the Mond process in that the metal is treated with carbon monoxide to produce a volatile gas. In the case of iron pentacarbonyl, the reaction is more static. It is applied in the manufacture of powdered iron cores for high-frequency coils.
Nanoshel’s Product Categories Link:Iron 0 pentacarbonyl (Fe(CO)5, Purity: 99.9%, APS: 40-60µm)