Ammonium Acetate, Crystals ACS Grade *

Also Known as Spirit of Mindererus

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About Ammonium Acetate, Crystals ACS Grade

Ammonium Acetate, also known as Spirit of Mindererus in aqueous solution, is a chemical compound with the formula NH4CH3CO2 . At ambient conditions, it appears as a white or colorless solid with hygroscopic nature. The neutralization of Acetic Acid with Ammonium Carbonate or the saturation of Glacial Acetic Acid with Ammonia generates ammonium acetate. Due to its hygroscopic nature, it’s difficult to produce it in crystalline form. For making Ammonium Acetate Crystals, Anhydrous Ammonia is reacted with Glacial Acetic Acid. An ACS grade reagent is a chemical that meets the purity requirements of the American Chemical Society. For dependable, consistent, and repeatable findings, ACS Grade reagents can be utilized in high-quality research labs. Furthermore, it can be used in medicine and food processing due to its high purity. Lab Alley is selling its premium quality Ammonium Acetate Crystal, ACS Grade in the United States of America (USA), and highly recommends its use in industrial, labs, and commercial applications.

Common Uses and Applications

  • Acidity Regulator
  • Reagent
  • Catalyst
  • De-icing Agent


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Ammonium Acetate, Crystals ACS Grade Specifications

Assay Min 97%
pH of Solution @ 25°C 6.7-7.3
Insoluble Matter 0.005%
Residue after Ignition 0.01%
Chloride 5 ppm
Nitrate 0.001%
Sulfate 0.001%
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 5 ppm
Iron 5 ppm

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