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why is FeCl3 better for bleeding cuts then pottasium chloride

why is FeCl3 better for bleeding cuts then pottasium chloride

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6 Answers

Angan Gupta AIR 9924
41 Points
9 years ago

FECL3 FORMS A COMPLEX ON CONTACT WITH THE SKIN AND CAUSE COAGULATION THUS CLOTTING THE BLOOD.

REGARDS,

ANGAN.

Viral A. Parmar
41 Points
9 years ago

because Fe+3 in FeCl3 has more charge so it is better than K+1 in KCl so it does coagulation powerfully.... if you got that plz hit thanx byee

Sanuja
18 Points
7 years ago
Anurag Bhattacharya
23 Points
3 years ago
Fecl3 according to hardy Schultz rule fosters an fe ( 3+ ) cation and hence is better than K+ catiin to coagulate blood which is a colloid leading to formation of an insoluble complex which forms the clot restricting any further blood loss.
Hardeep Bhardwaj
24 Points
3 years ago
As Blood is a negative colloid and we know that only opposite charge is responsible for the caogulation so in this case our effective ion will be either K+ or Fe3+. DO NOT CONSIDER Cl-.
Now Apply the hardy Rule and you will get Fe3+ as the answer.
HiIamGood
13 Points
3 years ago
Blood is a positively charged sol.1 mole FeCl3 provides 3 moles Chloride ions whereas 1 mole NaCl provides only 1 mole chloride ions therefore FeCl3 coagulates blood more effectively than NaCl

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