Cobalt nitrate is the brown-red, hygroscopic salt of nitric acid formed from the cobalt cation and nitrate anion.
Cobalt(II)nitrate is prepared by dissolving cobalt, cobalt(II)oxide or cobalt(II)carbonate produced in dilute nitric acid.
Classic applications can be found e.g. in the production of high purity cobalt or colored pigments for the ceramics industry.
Our customers can be found among others in biogas production, water treatment, electroplating (coating), catalysis or battery industry.
It is an active catalyst and also an important part of the Fischer-Tropsch process in the production of synthetic fuel and / or lubricant from gas (GTL).
Cobalt nitrate is carcinogenic and mutagenic and also is suspected to be teratogenic. Is is listed in the REACH Candidate List of SVHCs.
Cobalt nitrate hexahydrate in different qualities with a purity of ca. 97% available. (Approximately 20% cobalt content).
Also available as a solution.
25kg PP / PE bags on pallet.
Other packaging on request.
Keep containers tightly closed in a cool, dry, well-ventilated place.
The material is highly hygroscopic and tends to clump as well as self-liquefaction.
|Name:||Cobalt nitrate, hexahydrate|
|Chemical Formula:||Co(NO3)2, 6H2O|
Transport Class: 5.1
Packaging Group: II
Herr Jens Steenfadt
Phone: 040 / 41 40 13 - 37
EC-name: cobalt dinitrate