Bismuth nitrate pentahydrate

Bi(NO3)3 5H2O

 

Description


Bismuth nitrate is a colourless crystalline subsatnce.

A typical use is for example the production of bismuth vanadate (Inorganic, yellow pigment with strong green, or reddish). This is increasingly seen since the mid-80s as a substitute for lead chromate and cadmium sulfide.  

It is soluble in mixture of water and nitric acid.

 

Quality


Bismuth content about 41.5% to 43%   

 

Packaging 


PP / PE bags, each 25kg

 

Storage


Store in a dry place at 15-25 °C.

 

Availability


On request.

Details
Name: Bismuth nitrate pentahydrate
EC-name: bismuth trinitrate
IUPAC Name: bismuth(3+) trinitrate pentahydrate
Chemical Formula: Bi(NO3)3, 5H2O
Molecular Forma: Bi.3HNO3
CAS-No.: 10035-06-0
EC-No.: 233-791-8
Hazard statements: GHS: Danger

GHS03 GHS03

GHS05 GHS05


UN-No.: 1477

Transport Class: 5.1

Packaging Group: II

Expertise:
End use certificate will be required

Product Manager

Herr Jens Steenfadt

Phone: 040 / 41 40 13 - 37

E-Mail: jens.steenfadt@tropag.com

Identification:

EC-name: bismuth trinitrate

EC-No.: 233-791-8

CAS-No.: 10035-06-0

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040 / 41 40 13 - 37
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