Iron Nitrate, nonahydrate

Fe(NO3)3 9H2O

 

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.

 

Quality


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

 

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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Bundesstraße 4, 20146 Hamburg
040 / 41 40 13 - 37
Herr Jens Steenfadt