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Re: ferri sesquichlorati

Allora.... ferri e' Italiano for irons.....plural. Singolare e' ferro.



On Oct 17, 2006, at 9:24 PM, Murray Leshner wrote:

Oh, yeah, as discussed, it's probably Italian. I think sesqui- comes form Latin.

Kai Hamann <kaihamann@t-online.de> wrote:
Hi Chris,

this sounds familiar. I think itīs in the Herschel papers. And itīs defintely not german.

All the best

All the best b

----------- "Christina Z. Anderson" schrieb: ---------------------------------------

> Help! Chemists, what is this "ferri sesquichlorati"? Ferric ammonium
> citrate? Ferric oxalate? Potassium ferricyanide??? I think it is a German
> word??
> Chris