Nickel Chloride Anhydrous
Nickel chloride is a green or grass green monoclinic prismatic crystal at normal temperature. Weathering in dry air, deliquescent in humid air, sublimation in vacuum can absorb ammonia quickly, lose some crystal water by heat, completely lose crystal water when it exceeds 140 °C to become yellow-brown anhydrous nickel chloride. Soluble in water, ethanol and ammonia, the aqueous solution is acidic. The chemical industry is used in the manufacture of various nickel compounds, preservatives and catalysts for chemical reactions. It is also used in the manufacture of hidden inks, in the electroplating industry for nickel plating, in analytical chemistry as analytical reagents. In addition, its anhydrate is used as an ammonia absorbent for gas masks.
CAS No.: 7718-54-9
Properties: Light yellow powder, soluble in water and ethanol, deliquescent in moist air.
Application: It is used for electroplating, antiseptic, ammonia absorbent and other chemicals
Storage: Store at cool and dry place, prevent from damp and efflorescence.
Packing: 25kg net, Paper/PE complex bags with double PE inners.