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carbonate salt +     
((13)C)carbon dioxide 
((13)C)urea 
(aminomethyl)phosphonic acid +   
(hydroxymethyl)silanetriol 
(methylidyneammoniumyl)selanide 
1-nitroguanidine +  
1H-diazirine 
1H-tetrazole +  
2-methylcyclotrisiloxane 
2-nitroguanidine +   
2H-tetrazole 
3H-diazirine 
5H-tetrazole 
aminoguanidine +   
aragonite 
bismuth subcarbonate 
bromochlorodifluoromethane 
calcite 
calcium carbonate +   
carbamic acid +   
carbamimidic acid +  
carbamoyl phosphate 
carbazic acid +   
carbidoselanidonitrogen 
carbon dioxide  
carbon disulfide  
carbon monoxide  
carbonate mineral +  
carbonodithioic O,S-acid 
carbonodithioic S,S-acid 
carbonothioic O,O-acid +   
carbonothioic O,S-acid 
carbonotriselenoic acid 
carbonotrithioic acid 
carbonyl dihydrazine  
carbonyl sulfide  
carboxyphosphoric acid 
chloroform +   
chloropicrin  
clodronic acid  
clodronic acid disodium salt +  
cyanamide +   
cyanic acid +   
disodium clodronate tetrahydrate 
elemental iron +   
ferrous ammonium sulfate (anhydrous) +  
ferrous ammonium sulfate hexahydrate 
ferrous carbonate 
A carbonate salt in which the counter-ion is iron in the +2 oxidation state.
formaldehyde +   
formamide +   
formamidine +   
formimidic acid +  
formyl dihydrogen phosphate 
fulminic acid 
guanidine +   
guanidinium chloride 
halomethane +   
hydrogen cyanide +   
hydroxymethylnitramine 
hydroxymethylphosphonic acid +  
hydroxyurea  
hypothiocyanous acid 
iron coordination entity +   
iron hydride +  
iron oxide +   
iron sulfides +  
iron(2+) sulfate (anhydrous) +   
iron(2+) sulfate heptahydrate 
iron(2+) sulfate monohydrate 
iron(3+) phosphate +  
iron(3+) sulfate +   
isocyanic acid +   
isofulminic acid 
isoselenocyanic acid +  
isothiocyanic acid +   
isothiofulminic acid 
lithium carbonate  
magnesium carbonate 
methane +   
methanediamine 
methanediol +  
methanesulfonic acid +   
methanimine +  
methanol +   
methyl dihydrogen phosphate  
methyl sulfate 
methylamine +   
methylamine hydrochloride 
methylarsonic acid  
methylarsonous acid 
methylenedinitramine 
methyllithium 
methylmagnesium chloride 
methylmercury chloride  
methylphosphine 
methylphosphonic acid +  
methylselenenic acid 
methylseleninic acid  
methylselenol 
methylsilanetriol 
methylsulfanol 
methyltelluronic acid 
N-hydroxyguanidine 
oxazirene 
phosphonoformic acid +   
potassium carbonate 
potassium cyanate 
potassium cyanide  
potassium formate 
selenocyanic acid +  
selenourea 
semicarbazide +   
sodium carbonate +  
sodium cyanate  
sodium cyanide  
sodium hydrogencarbonate  
tellurocyanic acid 
thiocyanic acid +  
thiofulminic acid 
thiophosgene 
thiourea +   
triflic acid +  
trihydroxysilanecarbaldehyde 
trisodium phosphonoformate +  
trisodium phosphonoformate hexahydrate 
urea +   
vaterite 

Synonyms
Related Synonyms: Ferrous monocarbonate ;   Formula=CFeO3 ;   InChI=1S/CH2O3.Fe/c2-1(3)4;/h(H2,2,3,4);/q;+2/p-2 ;   InChIKey=RAQDACVRFCEPDA-UHFFFAOYSA-L ;   Iron II carbonate ;   Iron carbonate ;   SMILES=[Fe++].[O-]C([O-])=O ;   iron(2+) carbonate ;   siderite
Xrefs: CAS:563-71-3 "ChemIDplus" ;   PMID:22865064 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:24790539 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:25406864 "Europe PMC" ;   PMID:25898127 "Europe PMC" ;   Reaxys:13192773 "Reaxys" ;   Reaxys:16513103 "Reaxys" ;   Wikipedia:Siderite

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