The Effect of Solution Speciation on Iron-Sulphur-Arsenic-Chloride Systems at 298K
The speciation in solution of a number of metallurgically important iron-bearing systems are calculated from critically reviewed data. In acidic solution, Fe2+ and Fe3+ are the predominant iron species, although ferric ion hydrolyzes to Fe(OH)2+ above pH
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