About Ammonium Hydroxide 2M Solution
Ammonium Hydroxide, NH4OH, is formed when ammonia (NH3) is dissolved in water. Ammonia deprotonates a small portion of water molecules leaving the free hydroxide ion, [OH]-, to form a slightly basic solution. The resulting solution is clear, colorless, with a pungent odor and vapors that may irritate the eyes.Ammonium Hydroxide, 2M solution is prepared by mixing ~12.3 mL of Ammonium Hydroxide solution in 100 mL deionized water. It appears as a colorless liquid having no odor at room temperature. Lab Alley’s Ammonium Hydroxide, 2M is ideal for routine lab activities involving chromatography, analytical reagents, titration, and volumetric solutions. Lab Grade is also known as Laboratory Reagent (LR) and Chemically Pure (CP). Lab-grade chemicals possess reasonable purity but do not comply with any official standards for quality or purity.
Common Uses and Applications
- Analytical reagent
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Safety and Shipping Information
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