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why is ferric chloride preffered over potassium chliride in case of a cut leading to bleading

why is ferric chloride preffered over potassium chliride in case of a cut leading to bleading

Grade:12

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Sunil Kumar FP
askIITians Faculty 183 Points
7 years ago
fecl3 preffered because it results in faster coagulation of blood.according to hardy schulze rule higher charge has a higher capacity to coagulate.kcl is monovalent wheras charge on fe is 3+.
another reason is that fecl3 does not lead to irritation whereas kcl.leads to irritation around the wounds.

thanks and regards
sunil kr
askIItian faculty

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