Nickel Acetate Solution
Nickel acetate, also known as nickel acetate, is a green monoclinic crystal with an acetic acid odor and a density of 1.744 g/cm3. It decomposes when heated and is easily soluble in water, ethanol and ammonia. It is mainly used as a catalyst and also as a desiccant for the preparation of paints and coatings. It has been used in printing and dyeing auxiliaries and is rarely used now. It can also be used as a FRP curing accelerator and a hidden ink.
CAS No.: 6018-89-9
Properties: Light green liquid. Odor is like acetic acid.
Application: Used in precise plating, surface treatment of Aluminum profile and ceramic glazing.
Storage: Store in a cool, ventilating place. Prevent package from breaking and deliquescing
Packing: IBC drums.
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