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Topic: What acid treatment is used to change Fe to a non magnetic state?  (Read 2203 times)

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Offline jackwade

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  I read an article stating that in Japan they were able to change Fe to a form of Cu that was non magnetic but could not be turned into a copper ingot.  It was dissolving Fe in acid and was a yellow, brown powder that precipitated out of the acid solution.  Is anyone aware of this process? 
  What is the best process for dissolving Fe in an acid solution?

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