Complexes of ferrous iron with tannic acid
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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English


  • Oxidation-reduction reaction.,
  • Iron ions.,
  • Tannins.

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Bibliography: p. 94.

StatementBy J.D. Hem.
SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper -- 1459-D, Chemistry of iron in natural water
ContributionsHem, John David, 1916-, Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 75-94 p. ;
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22969889M

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The effect of tea on iron absorption was studied in human volunteers. Absorption from solutions of FeCl3 and FeSO4, bread, a meal of rice with potato and onion soup, and uncooked haemoglobin was inhibited whether ascorbic acid was present or not. No inhibition was noted if the haemoglobin was by: Phosphoric acid lowers the pH of the acid solution, and increases the amount of dissolved iron ions available for reaction with tannic acid. It is not necessary to be concerned about acid residues remaining on the iron, since phosphoric acid will react with iron ions to form ferric phosphate, which protects iron. In researching coordination complexes, I came across a paper in which they were able to change the translucency of a solution in the presence of a magnetic field. The article "One-Step Assembly of Coordination Complexes for Versatile Film and Particle Engineering" by Hirotaka Ejima et al mixed Tannic Acid and Ferric Chloride in water to.   () —A team of chemical researchers at the University of Melbourne in Australia has discovered a simple coating technique that uses nothing but tannic acid and iron ions. In .