Trivalent form of salt; Fe3+ (ionized); ferric salts are soluble in acidic fludis but insoluble in alkaline fludis.
Iron with a 13 charge (Fe31).
Oxidized iron, having a valence of +3 as in hematite, Fe2+3O3-2
An oxidized form of iron (Fe+3). The precipitate is yellow to red in color.
dissolved iron which has been oxidized and transformed into an orange particulate
Small solid iron particles containing trivalent iron, usually as gelatinous ferric hydroxide [Fe(OH)3] or ferric oxide (Fe2O3), which are suspended in water and visible as "rusty water." Ferric iron can normally be removed by filtration.