Talk:Iron(III) nitrate

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NOTABILITY??? From some page like WP:Pokemon, I found out that a page can be kept if it's as relevant as an individual pokemon. This is a chemical, and I happen to come across it because of a chemistry assignment, so I should say that it is rather important. --Yunzhong hou

New pictures[edit]

Hi, I just took some typical watch-glass pictures.

Watchglass1.jpg
Ferric nitrate nonahydrate.jpg

As you can see, these actually display the violet colour as described in the article. Also, the first one has the container alongside it. I bought this from an electronics supplier as an etchant. Maybe they could be included in the article. Sorry they're so big and fill up the entire page, I cant work out how to do thumbnails.

Alecjw (talk) 10:13, 11 June 2009 (UTC)

The first doesn't add anything to the second. The first has been included.--Jorfer (talk) 15:33, 11 June 2009 (UTC)