Ammonium Thiocyanate Crystal, ACS Grade *


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Ammonium Thiocyanate, an inorganic salt with the formula NH4SCN, also stands for Ammonium Ahiocyanate. It is a colorless, odorless crystalline substance that is soluble in water and is highly poisonous. The presence of Cyanide and Ammonium in such form offers a wide range of industrial and consumer applications. It is available in the market with many commercial names including, Thiocyanic acid, Ammonium rhodanate, Ammonium Sulfocyanate, Rhodanid/Rhodanide, Trans- aid Ammonidum Isothicyanate, and Ammonium Sulfocyanide Rhodanine. Any chemical that fulfils the ACS (American Chemical Society) purity criteria is referred to as the ACS Grade reagent. Food processing, pharmaceuticals, and medicines can all benefit from such type of reagents. Lab Alley is selling its premium quality Ammonium Thiocyanate Crystal, ACS Grade in the United States of America (USA) and highly recommends its use in industrial and commercial applications.


Ammonium Thiocyanate Crystal, ACS Grade Features:

Assay Min 97.5%
Appearance Colorless or White Crystals
pH of a 5% Solution @ 25°C 4.5-6.0
Insoluble Matter 0.005%
Residue after Ignition 0.025%
Chloride 0.005%
Sulfate 0.005%
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 5 ppm
Iron 3 ppm
Iodine Consuming Substances 0.004meq/g
Common Uses
  • Reagent
  • Metal surface cleaning
  • Electroplating
Commercial/Industrial Application
  • Pesticide
  • Manufacture of plastics
  • Photographic processing
  • Textiles
  • Production of steel
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