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Iron(II) sulfide is a chemical compound with the formula FeS. In practice, iron sulfides are often non-stoichiometric. Powdered iron sulfide is pyrophoric.
FeS can be obtained by reacting iron and sulfur.
Additional recommended knowledge
Forms of iron sulfide
"Iron sulfide" exists in several distinct forms which differ in the stoichiometry and properties:
Certain chemical principles are nicely illustrated using the chemistry of iron sulfides. The methods of chemical composition can be shown by the production of iron(II) sulfide from iron and sulfur (see equation above).
Categories: Iron compounds | Sulfides
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