NICKEL CHLORIDE HEXAHYDRATE

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

CAS CO. 7791-20-0(Hexahydrate), 13931-83-4,
37211-05-5, 7718-54-9 (Anhydrous)

NICKEL CHLORIDE 

EINECS NO. 231-743-0
FORMULA Cl2H12NiO6; NiCl2.6H2O
MOL WT. 237.69

HS CODE

 

TOXICITY

Oral rat LD50: 105 mg/kg

SYNONYMS

Nickelous Chloride Hexahydrate
Nickel(II)Chloride Hexahydrate; Nickel(II) Chloride Hexahydrate;
DESCRIPTION  

CLASSIFICATION

 

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

PHYSICAL STATE

Yellow or light green deliquescent crystals.
MELTING POINT

 

BOILING POINT

 

SPECIFIC GRAVITY 3.55
SOLUBILITY IN WATER Soluble 2.54 kg/l
pH

4.0 (aqueous sol)

VAPOR DENSITY  
EVAPORATION RATE  

APPLICATIONS

Electroplating, Electroforming, Electroless Plating, Tea and Coffee Plantation, Dye mordant, Insecticides, Catalyst. Glass colorant.

SALES SPECIFICATION

APPEARANCE

Greenish Crystals

Ni

24.0% min

NO3 0.02% max

WATER INSOLUBLES

0.05% max

Co 0.1% max
Fe

5ppm max

Cu

2ppm max

Pb

2ppm max

Cd

2ppm max

Zn

0.01% max

TRANSPORTATION
PACKING 25kgs in bag
HAZARD CLASS 6.1
UN NO. 3288
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF NICKEL & ITS COMPOUNDS
Nickel is a hard, malleable, ductile, lustrous, silvery white, ferromagnetic metallic element in Group VIII of periodic table; atomic number 28; atomic mass 58.69; melting point ca 1,453°C; boiling point ca  2,732°C; specific gravity 8.902 g/cm3; valence 0, 1, 2, 3; electronic config. 2-1 or 4s 23ds8.  It is a fairly good conductor of heat and electricity. It takes on a high polish. Its magnetic properties and chemical activity resemble iron and cobalt. It has properties to form easily a number of alloys. Some of the metals that nickel can be combined with are  iron, copper, chromium, and zinc. Most of these nickel compounds have blue or green color. Nickel dissolves in dilute acids slowly but will be passive with nitric acid like iron. Fine nickel powder adsorbs hydrogen and is in the hydrogenation of oils. Nickel alloys are used in making coins and heat exchange items like valve. The Most of nickel is used to make stainless steel as a protective and ornamental coating for less corrosion. Nickel is combined with many other elements, including chlorine, sulfur, and oxygen, exist. Most of these nickel compounds dissolve easily in water and have a characteristic green or blue color with no characteristic odor or taste. Nickel compounds are used in plating, coloring ceramics, making some batteries, and as chemical reaction catalysts.

-Ferronickel (CAS #: 11133-76-9)

crude ferroalloys contains nickel; gray solid.

-Nickel Acetate (CAS #: 373-02-4: anhydrous; 6018-89-9: tetrahydrate)

Efflorescent green crystals; decompose on heating; soluble in water and alcohol; used in plating processes, anodize coatings and as textile dyeing mordant.

-Nickel–Aluminum alloys ((CAS #: 61431-86-5; 37187-84-1)

gray black powder or cubic crystals contains hydrogen and residual aluminum; Insoluble in water and ethanol. Hydrogenation catalyst

-Nickel-Aluminum Bronze

An alloy that is composed of an 8-10% aluminum bronze with nickel added to increase strength, corrosion resistance, and heat resistance; used for dies, molds, cast propellers, and valve seats.

-Nickel Ammonium sulfates (CAS #: 15699-18-0: Anhydrous; 25749-08-0; 7785-20-8 hexahydrate)

A green, crystalline compound, soluble in water; used as a nickel electrolyte for electroplating.Also known as ammonium nickel sulfate; solid nickel salt.

-Nickel Antimonide (CAS #: 12035-52-8)

-Nickel-Antimony Glance

A steel-gray to black mineral consisting of nickel antimonide and sulfide, usually with a little arsenic, occurring massive, and having a metallic luster. Also known as ullmannite

-Nickel Arsenate

Poisonous yellow-green powder; soluble in acids, insoluble in water; used as a fat- hardening catalyst in soapmaking.

-Nickel Sulfarsenide (CAS #: 12255-10-6; 12255-11-7)

-Nickel Bloom

A green to gray monoclinic mineral; used to spot veins of nickel-bearing ore. usually found as apple-green incrustations as an alteration product of nickel arsenides; it is isomorphous with erythrite (Cobalt Bloom). Also known as nickel bloom; nickel ocher; annabergite

-Nickel-Cadmium Battery

A commonly used storage battery of nickel anode, cadmium cathode, and an alkaline electrolyte; used in cordless appliances without recharging;

-Nickel Carbonate (CAS #: 3333-67-3)

Green crystals that melting at 56 C (decomposes); soluble in acid, insoluble in water; used in electroplating, as a catalyst production for organic chemical manufacture, petroleum refining and edible oil hardening.

-Nickel Carbonyl (CAS #: 13463-39-3)

Clear to brownish, flammable, poisonous liquid boiling at 43°C; insoluble in water; soluble in alcohol and concentrated nitric acid; used in gas plating (vapor decomposes at 60°C) and to produce metallic nickel, as a catalyst for the production of acrylic, methacrylic estes and tetrahydrofuryl alcohol; in carbonylation process in organic compound synthesis.refining nickel and nickel coatings.

-Nickel Chloride (CAS #: 7718-54-9: Anhydrous; 7791-20-0: Hexahydrate)

used in electroplating, electroforming ,electroless plating, tea and coffee plantation, dye mordant, insecticides

-Nickel Chromate (CAS #: 14721-18-7)

-Nickel Chrome iron black color spinel (CAS #: 71631-15-7)

-Nickel Cyanide (CAS #: 557-19-7)

Poisonous, water- insoluble bright-green powder; decomposes at 200 C; violently reacts with magnesium; used in electroplating and metallurgy.

-Nickel Disulfide (CAS #: 12035-51-7; 12035-50-6)

-Nickel Ferrite (CAS #: 68187-10-0)

-Nickel Formate (CAS #: 15843-02-4)

green crystals; soluble in water; used as a hydrogenation catalyst.

-Nickel Hydroxide (CAS #: 12054-48-7; 11113-74-9 (amorphous))

-Nickel Iodide

Hygroscopic black or blue-green solid; soluble in water and alcohol; sublimes when heated.

-Nickel-Iron Battery

A storage battery composed of cells having nickel and iron in an alkaline solution.Also known as Edison battery

-Nickeline

A pale-copper-red, hexagonal mineral with metallic luster; an important ore of nickel; hardness is 5-5.5 on Mohs scale.Also known as arsenical nickel; copper nickel; niccolite

-Nickel Nitrate (CAS #: 13478-00-7: Hexahydrate)

Fire-hazardous oxidant; deliquescent, green crystals; Soluble in water, alcohol and ammonia solution; used for nickel plating and brown ceramic colors, manufacturing other nickel salts and in catalysts.

-Nickelocene (CAS #: 1271-28-9)

Dark green crystals with a melting point of 171-173°C; soluble in most organic solvents; used as an antiknock agent.

-Nickel Oxides (CAS #: 1313-99-1; 11099-02-8; 34492-97-2: Mono; 1314-06-3: Tri)

Green powder; soluble in acids and ammonium hydroxide; insoluble in water; used in ceramic glazes, in glass manufacture, in the preparation of alloys, in the Edison battery in nickel salts make and for porcelain paints. Also known as green nickel oxide.

Nickel Phosphate

A light- green powder; soluble in acids and ammonium hydroxide, insoluble in water; used for electroplating and production of yellow nickel.

-Nickel Sulfate (CAS #: 7786-81-4:Anhydrous; 10101-97-0: Hexahydrate; 10101-98-1: Heptahydrate)

Used in electroplating, as a mordant in dyeing, in preparation of other nickel compounds, and in paints, varnishes, and ceramics. Electroplating, Organic chemical synthesis, Metal colouring, Dye mordant, Manufacturing other nickel salts, Ni-Cd battery

-Nickel Sulfide (CAS #: 16812-54-7; 11113-75-0 (amorphous); 1314-04-1)

-Nickel Rhodium

Nickel alloy with 25-80% rhodium; can also contain other metals, such as platinum or molybdenum; used for pen points, reflectors, electrodes, and chemical equipment.

-Nickel Selenide (CAS #: 1314-05-2; 12201-85-3)

-Nickel Silver

A silver-white alloy composed of 52-80% copper, 10-35% zinc, and 5-35% nickel; sometimes also contains a few percent of lead and tin.Also known as German silver; nickel brass.

-Nickel Subselenide (CAS #: 12137-13-2)

-Nickel Sulfarsenide (CAS #: 12255-10-6; 12255-11-7)

-Nickel Telluride (CAS #: 12142-88-0; 24270-51-7)

-Nickel Titanate (CAS #: 12035-39-1)

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