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Chemistry of Iron by J. Silver (auth.), J. Silver (eds.)

By J. Silver (auth.), J. Silver (eds.)

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The amenability of iron to be transformed between Fe 2 + and Fe 3 + results in a tendency to form mixed Fe 2 + 13 + complexes. Although some of these products remain on the surface a significant proportion are lost. In situations where the humidity exceeds c. 50%, multilayers of water vapour are adsorbed especially on any small particles. Any indoor photon irradiation may be sufficient to liberate Fe 2 + ions although it is unlikely that the aqueous surface layers under indoor conditions will become highly acidic.

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