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Ferrum phosphoricum


SubstanCe Abbreviation Systematics
Ferrum phosphoricum
Phosphate of Iron
Ferr-p Ferrum

Fe PO4 , dt.: Eisenoxydphosphat, Ferriphosphat, Eisenorthophosphat; engl.: Ferric Phosphate, Ferroso-ferric Phosphate (Clarke)

 

Surprisingly the identity of this well-known remedy is actually very uncertain. It was introduced by Schuessler, who also named it Ferrum phos album, because it crystallizes colourless in manufacturing and then takes on a bluish colour contacting air. This cannot be FePO4, Iron(III)phosphate, as that is a yellow-brown crystall. Hering gives as formula Fe3 (PO4)2 and Fe PO4, which are two different substances. Whereas Clarke says: "Ferrum phosphoricum [Ferr-p.]    Ferrum Phosphoricum Album. Ferric Phosphate. Ferroso - ferric Phosphate. White Phosphate of Iron (Schusslers's). This is said to be a true ferric phosphate Fe2 (PO4)2 as contrasted with the ordinary phosphate of iron, which is a ferrous-hydric phosphate, Fe HPO." Schuesslers Ferr-phos is also given as identical with Vivianit, Fe2+3(PO4)2·8H2O, so a salt of Fe(2+). So the notions are contradictory in themselves. And the manufacturers also seem to be using different substances.  According to current information it seems most probable to me, that Ferrum phos after Schuessler is a phosphate of Iron with the valence 2+, so Fe3(PO4)2, whereas the Ferrum phos hydricum declared as different by Clarke, is probably FeHPO4, which he says to be the "ordinary phosphate".  The remedy most used in manufacturing, FePO4, would thus be neither of the original remedies.
 


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Arzneimittelprüfungen ausblenden provings

Author
Allen, T.F. (collector)

Language/s

Proving as PDF


Method
Hahnemannian

Publishing year
1879

remark
This is a link to Allen´s Encyclopedia online, which has collected material until 1879
Author
Bradford, T.L. (collector)

Language/s

Proving as PDF


Method
Hahnemannian

Publishing year
1900

remark
This is a link to a file containing Bradford´s Index of Homoeopathic Provings, nearly all provings until 1901.
Author
Becker, Jürgen

Language/s

Proving as book


Method
Seminar

Publishing year
1991

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Mineralia - Minerals Anorganica - Inorganic Compounds Elementa et Composita - Compounds and Elements 8. Ordo secundarius I - Iron-Group Ferrum - Iron
Ferrum phosphoricum (Ferr-p)
Phosphate of Iron

More substances of this family:
Count: 54

Arsenopyritum
Arsenopyrite
Arspyr Arsenicum
Ferrum
Sulphur
Ferritinum
Ferritin
Ferrit Ferrum
Products of the Cell Metabolism and Hormons
Ferrum aceticum
Iron(II) acetate
Ferr-acet Ferrum
Ferrum albuminatum
Ferr-alb Ferrum
Phasianidae
Ferrum ammoniato-citricum
Ferr-am-cit Ferrum
Nitrogenium
Ferrum arsenicicum
Ferrous Arsenate
Ferr-ars Arsenicum
Ferrum
Ferrum arsenicosum
Arseniate of Iron
Ferr-ar Ferrum
Ferrum benzoicum
Ferr-be Aromatic Carbon Compounds
Ferrum
Ferrum boracicum
Ferr-bor Borium
Ferrum
Ferrum bromatum
Iron (II) Bromide
Ferr-br Ferrum
Ferrum carbonicum
Iron carbonate
Ferr-carb Carbonium
Ferrum
Ferrum carbonicum saccharatum
Saccharated Iron Carbonate
Ferr-c-sac Aliphatic Carbon Compounds
Carbonium
Ferrum
Ferrum citricum
Citrate of Iron
Ferr-cit Ferrum
Ferrum citricum oxydatum
Ferr-cit-o Ferrum
Oxygenium
Ferrum cyanatum
Cyanide of Iron
Ferr-cy Ferrum
Ferrum ferrocyanatum
Iron (III) Ferrocyanide
Ferr-fcy Ferrum
Nitrogenium
Ferrum fluoratum
Iron(II) Fluoride
Ferr-f Ferrum
Fluorum
Ferrum fumaricum
Ferr-fum Ferrum
Ferrum gluconicum
Ferrous Gluconate Hydrate
Ferr-gl Ferrum
Ferrum haematinatum
Ferr-hae Ferrum
Products of the Cell Metabolism and Hormons
Ferrum hydroxydatum
Ferr-caust Ferrum
Ferrum hypophosphoricum
Ferr-hp Ferrum
Phosphorus
Ferrum induratum
Mild Steel
Ferr-ind Ferrum
other industrial products
Ferrum induratum Cromargan
Cromargan-Steel
Ferr-ind-cr Ferrum
other industrial products
Ferrum induratum Nirosta
Stainless Steel
Ferr-ind-ni Ferrum
other industrial products
Ferrum iodatum
Iron iodide
Ferr-i Ferrum
Ferrum lacticum
Ferr-l Ferrum
Ferrum magneticum, Magnetitum
Loadstone
Ferr-ma Ferrum
Ferrum metallicum
Iron
Ferr Ferrum
Ferrum muriaticum
Iron (III) Chloride
Ferr-m Ferrum
Ferrum nitricum
Ferric (III) Nitrate
Ferr-n Ferrum
Nitrogenium
Ferrum nitricum oxydatum
Ferr-n-o Ferrum
Nitrogenium
Oxygenium
Ferrum oxalicum
Ferr-ox Ferrum
Ferrum oxydatum hydricum
Ferr-o-h Ferrum
Oxygenium
Ferrum oxydatum nigrum
Iron(III) Oxide
Ferr-o-n Ferrum
Oxygenium
Ferrum oxydatum rubrum
Ferr-o-r Ferrum
Oxygenium
Ferrum pernitricum
Pernitrate of Iron
Ferr-pern Ferrum
Ferrum phosphoricum hydricum
Ironphosphonate?
Ferr-p-h Ferrum
Phosphorus
Ferrum picricum
Picrate of Iron
Ferr-pic Ferrum
Ferrum pomatum
Ferr-pom Ferrum
Ferrum protoxalatum
Iron Protoxalate
Ferr-prox Ferrum
Ferrum pyrophosphoricum
Ferr-py Ferrum
Ferrum robiginatum /Robigo ferri
Iron rust
Ferr-rob Ferrum
Oxygenium
Ferrum salicylicum
Ferr-sal Ferrum
Ferrum sidereum
Meteorite Iron
Ferr-sid Ferrum
Lapides
Meteorita
Ferrum silicicum
Iron Silicide
Ferr-sil Ferrum
Silicium
Ferrum sulphuricum
Sulphate of Iron
Ferr-s Ferrum
Ferrum sulphurosum
Ferric sulphate
Ferr-sul Ferrum
Sulphur
Ferrum tartaricum
Tartrate of Iron
Ferr-t Ferrum
Ferrum valerianicum
Ferr-val Ferrum
Markasitum
Markasit
Lap-mark Ferrum
Sulphida rhombica
Sulphur
Pyrrhotitum
Pyrrhotite
Pyrrk Ferrum
Sulphida hexagonala
Sulphida monoclina
Sulphur
Strychninum ferri-citricum
Stry-f-c Ferrum
Loganiaceae
Zincum ferrocyanatum
Zinc Ferrocyanide
Zinc-fcy Ferrum
Zincum

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AHZ 1/04, S.14: Hör, Klaus Roman
AHZ 2/10, S.19: Bleul, Gerhard
AHZ 4/10, S.23: Bleul, Gerhard
AHZ 6/01, S.246: Gebhardt, Karl-Heinz
AHZ 6/02, S.247: Bleul, Gerhard
AHZ 6/13, S.16: Heid, Klaus
CC 95, S.80: Sommermann, Eric Cases
HESS, S.587
HomLinks 1-3,S.58: KIPNIS
HomLinks 3/10, S.180: Makewell, Ai-Ling Su
HomLinks 3/94, S.20: ANAND S
HomLinks 4/08, S.179: Timmerman, Alize
ZKH 1/09, S.44: Lucae, Christian
ZKH 5/00, S.195: Bahemann, Alois
ZKH S1/03, S.22: Schmidt, Pierre
Spektrum 01/2012, S. 8: Schubert, Christoph, zum Spektrum-Heft
Spektrum 02/2012: Schubert, Christoph, zum Spektrum-Heft
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