Iron Nitrate, nonahydrate

Fe(NO3)3 9H2O

 

Quality


Iron content about 13.82%. Fe(NO3)3 content is about 98%. 

 

Description


Traditionally, iron nitrate has been used for tanning leather, but also for pickling cotton, as well as for dyeing silk.

Today it is more applications in the field of:

  • Treatment / coating of (metallic) surfaces
  • Preparation of catalysts
  • Water treatment (corrosion inhibitors, for example, to reduce the concentration of hydrogen sulfide in certain wastewater pipes)
  • Waste water treatment (e.g., pH regulation, flocculants, precipitants, neutralization)
  • Intermediates (e.g., preparation of Fe2O3 color pigments)

Iron nitrate is rather violet as a crystalline product. It is soluble in water, alcohol and acetone. The melting point is 47°C. The crystals are therefore often a little deliquescent.

 

Packaging


PP / PE bags of 25kg each

 

Storage


 

Availability


On request, but usually at short notice or promptly from the factory.

 

Details
Name: Iron Nitrate, nonahydrate
EC-name: iron trinitrate
IUPAC Name: iron(3+) trinitrate
Chemical Formula: Fe(NO3)3
Molecular Forma: Fe.3HNO3
CAS-No.: 7782-61-8
EC-No.: 233-899-5
Hazard statements: GHS: Danger

GHS05 GHS05


UN-No.: 1466

Transport Class: 5.1

Packaging Group: III

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: iron trinitrate

EC-No.: 233-899-5

CAS-No.: 7782-61-8

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Tropag Oscar H. Ritter Nachf. GmbH
Bundesstraße 4, 20146 Hamburg
040 / 41 40 13 - 37
Herr Jens Steenfadt