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A procedure states "use iron(III)chloride hexahydrate".
Can I use anhydrous iron(III) chloride instead if the hexahydrate is not available?

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    Probably yes; however, if a mass of the hexahydrate is listed you will need to adjust that to use the anhydrous material.

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