Ammonium Oxalate Monohydrate

(NH4)2C2O4 H2O

 

Description


Light, microcrystalline powder.

In nature ammonium comes as the very rare mineral before oxammit. It also occurs in guano deposits as a product of excreta of sea birds or bats.

Typical uses by our customers can be found in chemical analysis such as the detection of calcium ions and the pyrotechnics.

 

Quality


Type "heavy" without anti-caking agents

Purity: 98% - 100%

Type "dry" with 2% anti-caking agent

Purity: ca. 97.5%

 

Packaging 


According to the arrangement 

 

Storage

Store in a cool. dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances. Oxalates slowly corrode steel.

 

Availability


According to the arrangement 

Detailangaben
Name: Ammonium Oxalate
EC-Name: Ethanedioic acid, ammonium salt, hydrate (1:2:1)
IUPAC Bezeichnung: diazanium;oxalate;hydrate
Chemische Formel: (NH4)2C2O4, H2O
CAS-Nr: 6009-70-7
EC-Nr.: 611-933-3
Gefahrenhinweise: GHS: Achtung

GHS07 GHS07


Product Manager

Herr Jens Steenfadt

Telefon: 040 / 41 40 13 - 37

E-Mail: jens.steenfadt@tropag.com

Identifikation:

EC-Name: Ethanedioic acid, ammonium salt, hydrate (1:2:1)

EC-Nr.: 611-933-3

CAS-Nr: 6009-70-7

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