Ammonium Lodate With Cas13446-09-8

Unit Price: USD 500.0000 / Metric Ton
Payment Type: L/C,T/T
Incoterm: FOB,CFR,CIF
Min. Order: 1 Metric Ton
Delivery Time: 10 Days

Basic Info

Model No.: SY-13446-09-8

Appearance: Powder

Grade Standard: Industrial Grade


CAS:: 13446-09-8


MW:: 192.94

EINECS:: 236-592-4

Additional Info

Packaging: Bag

Transportation: Ocean,Land,Air

Port: Qingdao,SHANGHAI,Lianyungang

Product Description

Ammonium Lodate With Cas13446-09-8 
Ammonium iodate, white crystal or powder, melting point 150 ℃, the relative density of 3.31 g/m (21 ℃), slightly soluble in cold water, insoluble in water, dissolved grams per 100 ml of water is 2.6 g / 20 ℃. Mainly used as an oxidant and analytical reagent, toxic and irritating to skin and mucous membrane. Pyrolysis can release toxic fumes.
Ammonium Lodate With Cas13446-09-8
Melting point:150 °C (dec.)(lit.)
Density 3.309 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)
form Powder
color White
Water Solubility Soluble in water 20.6 g/L @ 20°C
Sensitive Moisture Sensitive
Stability:Stable. Oxidizer - contact with combustible material may lead to fire. Incompatible with organics, combustible materials, reducing agents, powdered metals. May be light sensitive.

AMMONIUM IODATE;AMMONIUM TRIIODATE;iodicacid(hio3),ammoniumsalt ;Iodicacid(HIO3)ammoniumsalt ;Iodicacid,ammoniumsalt ;AMMONIUM IODATE, 99.99%;AMMONIUM IODATE REAGENT;AMMONIUM IODATE, FOR ANALYSIS

Used as an oxidant and analytical reagent

Health hazard
Invasion: inhalation and ingestion.
Health hazard: this product is poisonous and irritating to skin and mucous membrane. Pyrolysis can release toxic fumes.
Toxicological information and environmental behaviour
Hazardous properties: inorganic oxidizer. Explosive mixture can be formed when mixed with reducing agent, organic matter, inflammable substance such as sulfur, phosphorus or metal powder. Decomposition by heat releases toxic iodide smoke.
Combustion (decomposition) products: hydrogen iodide, nitrogen oxides.

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