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Iron(II) sulfide is used to generate hydrogen sulfide instantaneously by reacting with hydrochloric acid. In laboratory, Kipps apparatus is utilized for this purpose. It is used as a re-sulphurizing and alloying agent, as a reducing agent to remove heavy metal impurities from phosphoric acid. It is used to control hydrogen embrittlement in alloy and stainless steel industries.
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