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Ammonium Chloride

Molecular Formula:NH4Cl
PORT:Shanghai, Tianjin, Qingdao


Ammonium chloride product introduction

Ammonium chloride is colorless cubic crystal or white crystalline powder. It is salty, cool and slightly bitter, and is an acid salt. The relative density is 1.527. It is soluble in water, ethanol, and liquid ammonia, and insoluble in acetone and ether. The aqueous solution is weakly acidic, and the acidity increases when it is heated. When it is heated to 100℃, it will begin to volatilize significantly. At 337.8℃, it will be dissociated into ammonia and hydrogen chloride. When it is cooled, it will be recombined to form ammonium chloride with very small particles, which is white thick smoke, not easy to sink, and not easy to dissolve in water again. When heated to 350℃, it will sublimate, with boiling point of 520℃. Moisture absorption is small, but it can absorb moisture and agglomerate on humid, cloudy and rainy days. It is corrosive to ferrous metals and other metals, especially copper, and has no corrosive effect on pig iron.

Product use:

It is mainly used for dry batteries, storage batteries, ammonium salts, tanning, electroplating, medicines, photography, electrodes, adhesives, etc. Ammonium chloride is also a quick-acting nitrogen chemical fertilizer, with a nitrogen content of 24% ~ 25%, and belongs to physiological acid fertilizer. It is suitable for wheat, paddy rice, corn, rape and other crops, and especially for cotton and hemp crops, it can enhance the tenacity and tension of fiber and improve the quality. However, due to the nature of ammonium chloride, if it is applied incorrectly, it will often adversely affect the soil and crops.


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