Cobalt Tetroxide is easy to absorb moisture in the exposed air, but does not form hydrates. Soluble in nitric acid. When heated above 1200 ° C, it will decompose into cobalt oxide. When heated to 900 ° C in a hydrogen flame, it is reduced to metallic cobalt.
CAS No.: 1308-06-1
Properties: Black powder, no agglomeration. With loose density of: 0.7-1.5g/cm3; Tap density: 2.5-3.5g/cm3; Particle size: d50=4.0-6.0micro; Phase: without otiurs; Bet surface area: 0.6-1.5m2/g.
Application: It is mainly used as material of LiCoO2, GLASS, PORCELAIN BATTERY and magnetic materials.
Storage: Store at a ventilating and dry place, prevent rain.
Packing: net 25kg drums.