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Reactions. - Diluted with ten volumes of water, it gives the reactions of a sulphate and of a ferric salt only.
Preparations in which Solution of Persulphate of Iron is used.
u.s.p. Ferri et Ammonii Citras.
., ,, ,, Tartras.
„ „ Potassii „
„ Oxidum Hydratum.
,, „ „ cum Magnesi‚.
„ „ Citratis.
Uses. - Not used as a remedy, but to prepare peroxide, etc.