Iron sulfide

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Iron sulfide or Iron sulphide refers to a chemical compound of iron and sulfur with a wide range of stoichiometric formulae and different crystalline structures.

Natural minerals[edit]

By increasing order of stability:

Artificial product[edit]

  • Iron(III) sulfide, Fe2S3, a quite unstable artificial product synthesised at –20 °C and not identified in nature.