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Ferrous acid, HFeO2

Ferrous acid, HFeO2, is obtained by the action of water on sodium ferrite, NaFeO2. It has the same crystalline form and transparency as the sodium salt, but differs from Goethite in that it begins to lose water below 100° C., whereas Goethite is stable even at 300° C.

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