Efflorescent green crystals; decompose on heating; soluble in water and alcohol;
used in plating processes,anodize coatings and as textile dyeing mordant.
Nickel acetate tetrahydrate, Nickel(II) acetate tetrahydrate, Nickel diacetate tetrahydrate,
Nickel(2+) diacetate tetrahydrate,Nickelous acetate tetrahydrate, Ethanoic acid; nickel,
nickel(2+) acetate hydrate (1:2:4), Acetic acid, nickel(2+) salt, tetrahydrate, tetrahydrate (2:1:2), Diacetatonickel tetrahydrate.
We put forward a high quality of assortment of Nickel which is available in many forms including LME registered and non registered cathodes, cut cathodes, briquettes, pellets, disks, shots, granules, foil, powder, flakes, sheet, wire, mesh, spheres, “evaporation slugs”, and rods. Nickel is a silvery white metal that takes on a high polish. It is hard, malleable, ductile, somewhat ferromagnetic, and a fair conductor of heat and electricity
mporter & Supplier of Nickel Sludge. Our product range also comprises of Copper Ore, Tin Ore, TIn Sludge, Cobalt etc. The raw materials are available in powder form, to the exact chemical and physical (Mesh Size) specifications of the welding electrodes industry. Nickel Sludge Product Code : Nickel Nickel Percentage : 15% to 20% Payment Terms : T/T (Bank Transfer), Western Union, Other Minimum Order Quantity : 25 Metric Ton Production Capacity : 100mt Delivery Time : immidiate Packaging Details : as per costumer requirement
Nickel formate Green crystals; soluble in water; used as a hydrogenation catalyst. [synonyms] Nickel(ii) formate dihydrate, formic acid nickel(2+) salt, nickel diformate dihydrate. [properties] Compound formula: c2h6nio6 Molecular weight: 184.76 Appearance: green crystals Melting point: 130-140 â°c Density: 2.15 g/cm3 Nickel(ii) formate dihydrate is one of numerous organometallic compounds . Organometallics are useful reagent, catalyst, and precursor materials with applications in thin film deposition, industrial chemistry, pharmaceuticals, led manufacturing, and others
Nickel carbonate Green crystals that melting at 56c (decomposes); soluble in acid, insoluble in water; used in electroplating, as a catalyst production for organic chemical manufacture, petroleum refining and edible oil hardening. From the industrial perspective, the most important nickel carbonate is basic nickel carbonate with the formula ni4co3(oh)6(h2o)4. Simpler carbonates, ones more likely encountered in the laboratory, are nico3 and its hexahydrate. All are paramagnetic green solid containing ni2+ cations. The basic carbonate is an intermediate in the hydrometallurgical purification of nickel from its ores and is used in electroplating of nickel. Synonyms Nickel(2+) carbonate; carbonic acid, nickel salt, basic; nickelous carbonate; nickel(ii) carbonate; Carbonic acid, nickel(2+) salt (1:1); nickel monocarbonate; basic nickel(ii) carbonate; nickel(2+) carbonate
Nickel fluoride Nickel(ii) fluoride is the chemical compound with the formula nif2. Unlike many fluorides, nif2 is stable in air. Nif2 comprises the passivating surface that forms on nickel alloys, e.G. Monel, which is why such materials are good to store or transport hydrogen fluoride or elemental fluorine. Nickel is one of the few materials that can be used to store fluorine because it forms this coating. It is also used as a catalyst for the synthesis of chlorine pentafluoride. Fluoride compounds have diverse applications in current technologies and science, from oil refining and etching to syntheticorganic chemistry and the manufacture of pharmaceuticals. Synonyms Nickel(2+) difluoride, nickel (ii) fluoride, anhydrous, nickel difluoride, difluoronickel, nickelous fluoride
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