Iron(III) Phosphate Dihydrat is an organic compound with the formula FePO4.2(H2O). It can be used in steel and metal manufacturing processes. When bonded to a metal surface, iron phosphate prevents further oxidation of the metal. Iron phosphate coatings are also primarily used as base coatings for paint in order to increase adhesion to the iron or steel substrate, and is often used in rustproofing as well. It can also be used for bonding fabrics, wood, and other materials to these surfaces as well. Iron phosphate can also be used as an intercalation electrode in a lithium-ion battery despite having low electronic conductivity.
Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry; Chemical Synthesis; metal phosphate compound.
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