Ferric-oxide definitions

A dark red compound, Fe2 O3 , occurring naturally as hematite ore and rust and used in pigments and metal polishes and on magnetic tapes.
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A brown or reddish oxide of iron, Fe2O3, occurring naturally as hematite or prepared by the oxidation of iron: used as a pigment, in polishing compounds, in magnetic tapes, etc.
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A reddish-brown to silver or black compound which occurs naturally as the mineral hematite and as rust. It is often used as a pigment and a metal polish. Chemical formula: Fe2O3.
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(Fe2O3) An oxidation of iron used in the coating of magnetic disks and tapes. See ferrous.
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(chemistry) The chemical compound Fe2O3, iron oxide where iron has a valence of +3. IUPAC has deprecated this term in favor of iron(III) oxide.
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