Hydrofluoric Acid 50% Solution, Technical/Lab Grade *

Aqueous Solution Of Hydrogen Fluoride Used For Synthesis Of Fluorine Containing Compounds

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About Hydrofluoric Acid 50% Solution, Technical/Lab Grade

Hydrofluoric Acid, is the aqueous solution of Hydrogen Fluoride (50% concentration). Fluorine is the only halogen that does not form a strong acid, due in part to the electronegativity and small size of the fluorine atom which results in stronger bond formation between fluorine and hydrogen.

Common Uses and Applications

  • Synthesis of fluorine-containing compounds (e.g. Teflon, Prozac, freon)
  • Glass etching
  • Cleaning agent
  • Dissolving rock samples for analysis
  • Oil refining
  • Laboratory reagent

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Chemistry Table

7664-39-3
HF
20.01
Hydrogen fluoride, Fluorhydric acid, Fluorane, Hydrofluoride, Hydrogen-fluoride, Rubigine, Fluohydric Acid
14917
Technical/Lab Grade
50%
Hydrofluoric Acid
1790

Hydrofluoric Acid 50% Solution, Technical/Lab Grade Specifications

Assay 49.5%
Arsenic 0.19 ppm
Heavy Metals 0.2 ppm
Iron 0.34 ppm
Sulfate and Sulfite as SO4 1.2 ppm
Hydrofluorosilicic acid 0.0044%
Residue after Ignition <5 ppm
Chloride 5 ppm
Phosphate 1 ppm
Copper <0.1 ppm

Safety and Shipping Information

DOT: Hydrofluoric acid solution, 8,(6.1) UN1790, PG I Inhalation Hazard, Hazmat Fee Required, Poison Pack Fee Required

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