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About Aluminum Nitrate Crystals, ACS Grade

Aluminum Nitrate is a water-soluble compound comprising nitric acid and Aluminum. It has the chemical formula Al(NO 3 ) 3 , is white in color, and available as a crystalline solid or a powder. Aluminum Nitrate is generally found in a solid state at room temperature and is noncombustible material, however, it can enhance the combustibility of other materials. Any chemical that fulfills the ACS (American Chemical Society) purity criteria is referred to as the ACS Grade reagent. ACS Grade reagents can be used in high quality research labs for reliable, consistent, and repetitive results. Lab Alley is selling its high-quality Aluminum Nitrate Crystal, ACS Grade in the United States of America (USA), and highly recommends its use in commercial, industrial, and lab applications.

Common Uses and Applications

  • Oxidizing agent
  • Antiperspirants
  • Corrosion inhibitor
  • Nitrating agent
  • Catalyst Production
  • Extraction of uranium


Chemistry Table


Aluminum Nitrate Crystals, ACS Grade Specifications

Assay 98.0-102.0%
Insoluble Matter 0.005%
Chloride 0.001%
Sulfate 0.005%
Substances not Precipitated by Ammonium Hydroxide(as SO4) 0.05%
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 0.001%
Iron 0.002%

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Aluminum Nitrate Crystals, ACS Grade Shipping Information:
DOT: Aluminum nitrate, 5.1, UN1438, PG III

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