Ammonium Thiocyanate Analytical reagent grade supplier in India and Middle East.
|Heavy metals (as Pb)||Max. 5ppm|
|Insolubility in water||Max. 50 ppm|
|Cl (Chloride)||Max. 50 ppm|
|So4 (Sulphate)||Max. 100 ppm|
|Fe (Iron)||Max. 1 ppm|
|pH (200c; 5%)||4.2 to 5.8|
|Ignition residue (So4)||Max. 0.025%|
|Substances reducing iodine||Max. 0.4%|
|S (Sulphide)||Max. 10 ppm|
|Cu (Copper)||Max. 4 ppm|
|Pb (Lead)||Max.4 ppm|
Ammonium Thiocyanate (Analytical reagent grade) %u2013 500 gm %u2013 CAS no %u2013 1762-95-4
Precaution: The primary hazard is the threat posed to the environment. Immediate steps should be taken to limit its spread to the environment.
AMMONIUM THIOCYANATE can release ammonia vapours if mixed with a chemical base or with an acid. Violent or explosive reactions have occurred when thiocyanates are mixed with oxidizing agents (such as chlorates(potassium chlorate), nitrates, nitric acid, and peroxides). Nitric acid violently oxidized a thiocyanate solution.
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