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Backed by our efficient workforce, we are able to manufacture and supply a comprehensive range of Inorganic Chemical. Our range comprises Acidifier, Aluminium antimonide, Aluminium arsenide, Aluminium chloride, Aluminium fluoride, Aluminium hydroxide. Conforming with their international quality standards, our chemicals are formulated using premium-grade ingredients, sourced from reliable vendors of the market. Also, we test these chemicals on various parameters so as to assure delivery of a pure range to clients' premises.


Item Code: 20859-73-8

This colourless solid is generally sold as a grey-green-yellow powder due to the presence of impurities arising from hydrolysis and oxidation.

Item Code: 7803-52-3

It is the chemical compound with the formula SbH3. This colourless gas is the principal covalent hydride of antimony and a heavy analogue of ammonia.

For meeting the diverse requirements of our clients, we provide Acidifier to the clients. These products are an inorganic compounds that can be formally defined with reference to organic compounds. Our chemicals are available in different packaging thus meeting specific demands of the clients. We formulate these chemicals using premium-grade ingredients and modern machinery, thus attaining maximum satisfaction of the clients.

Item Code: 25152-52-7

From the day our inception, we are engaged in offering our clients with Aluminium Antimonide. Our range is a flammable product, owing to which it possesses ability to reduce tendency of the antimonide (Sb3-) ion. Furthermore, these chemicals burn to produce aluminum oxide and antimony trioxide. Our chemicals are processed under clean environment conditions, using premium ingredients that are obtained from the trusted vendors of the market.

Item Code: 22831-42-1

We are engaged in offering our clients with Aluminium Arsenide that is available in different packaging and that too at most competitive prices. Our chemicals are widely acknowledged by the clients for striking features like longer shelf life, non-toxicity, environment-friendly nature and precise pH value. These products are formulated using superior-grade ingredients and advanced techniques, procured from the certified vendors of the market.

Item Code: 7446-70-0

We are a widely acclaimed name in the industry for facilitating clients with a broad array of Aluminium Chloride. Chemical formula of our range is AlCl3, which is the main compound of aluminium and chlorine. Being white in color, our chemical are often contaminated with iron trichloride, providing a yellow color. The offered chemicals are formulated using superior-grade ingredients, soured from certified market vendors.

Item Code: 7784-18-1

The majority of aluminium fluoride is mainly produced by treating alumina with hexafluorosilicic acid.

Item Code: 21645-51-2

Aluminium hydroxide, Al(OH)3, ATH, sometimes erroneously called Hydrate of alumina, is found in nature as the mineral gibbsite (also known as hydrargillite) and its three, much more rare polymorphs: bayerite, doyleite and nordstrandite.

Item Code: 13473-90-0

Aluminium nitrate is not easily made by adding aluminium to nitric acid, as the aluminium forms a passivation layer.

Item Code: 1344-28-1

Its most significant use is in the production of aluminium metal, although it is also used as an abrasive owing to its hardness and as a refractory material owing to its high melting point. There is also a cubic γ-alumina with important technical applications.

Item Code: 10043-01-3

Aluminium sulfate is mainly used as a flocculating agent in the purification of drinking water and waste water treatment plants, and also in paper manufacturing.

Ammonia or azane is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula NH3. It is a colourless gas with a characteristic pungent smell.

The colourless solid is the simplest molecular boron-nitrogen-hydride compound and has attracted attention as a source of hydrogen fuel.

Item Code: 12164-94-2

Ammonium azide is ionic. It is scarcely soluble in water. Ammonium azide contains about 93% nitrogen as ammonium cation and azide anion.

Item Code: 1066-33-7

The compound has many names, reflecting its long history. Chemically speaking, it is the bicarbonate salt of ammonium. It is a colourless solid that degrades readily to carbon dioxide and ammonia.

Ammonium Cerium Nitrate
Ammonium Cerium Nitrate

Item Code: 16774-21-3

This orange-red, water-soluble cerium salt is widely used as an oxidizing agent in organic synthesis and as a standard oxidant in quantitative analysis.

It is obtained by neutralizing chloric acid with either ammonia or ammonium carbonate, or by precipitating barium, strontium or calcium chlorates with ammonium carbonate or ammonium sulfate, producing the respective carbonate or sulfate precipitate and an ammonium chlorate solution. Ammonium chlorate crystallizes in small needles, readily soluble in water.

Item Code: 12125-02-9

It is also found around some types of volcanic vent. It is used as a flavouring agent in some types of liquorice. It is the product from the reaction of hydrochloric acid and ammonia.

Item Code: 7788-98-9

Ammonium chromate is a salt with the formula (NH4)2CrO4. It forms yellow, monoclinic crystals; made from ammonium hydroxide and ammonium dichromate; used in photography as a sensitizer for gelatin coatings.

Item Code: 12211-52-8

Ammonium cyanide is generally used in organic synthesis. Being unstable, it is not shipped or sold commercially.

Item Code: 7789-09-5

It has been used in pyrotechnics and in the early days of photography as well as in lithography, as a source of pure nitrogen in the laboratory, and as a catalyst .

Ammonium Hexachloroplatinate
Ammonium Hexachloroplatinate

Item Code: 16919-58-7

The compound consists of separate tetrahedral ammonium cations and octahedral [PtCl6]2− anions. It is usually generated as a fine yellow precipitate by treating a solution of hexachloroplatinic acid with a solution of an ammonium salt.

Item Code: 1336-21-6

Ammonia solution, also known as ammonium hydroxide, ammonia water, ammonical liquor, ammonia liquor, aqua ammonia, aqueous ammonia, or simply ammonia, is a solution of ammonia in water.

Item Code: 7803-55-6

Ammonium metavanadate, NH4VO3, is a yellow crystalline solid and a water-soluble inorganic acid that acts as an insulin mimic.

Ammonium nitrate is an important fertilizer with the NPK designation 34-0-0 (34% nitrogen). It is less concentrated than urea (45-0-0) giving ammonium nitrate a slight transportation disadvantage.

Item Code: 7790-98-9

It is a powerful oxidizer, which is why its main use is in solid propellants. It has been implicated in a number of industrial accidents.

Item Code: 13598-65-7

Ammonium perrhenate (APR) is the ammonium salt of perrhenic acid, NH4ReO4. This is the most common form in which rhenium is traded. It is a white, water-soluble salt. It was first described soon after the discovery of rhenium.

Item Code: 7727-54-0

Ammonium persulfate was prepared by H. Marshall by the method used for the preparation of potassium persulfate — by the electrolysis of a solution of ammonium sulfate and sulfuric acid.

It contains 21% nitrogen as ammonium cations, and 24% sulfur as sulfate anions.

Item Code: 12135-76-1

Ammonium sulfide is used in photographic developing, to apply patina to bronze, and in textile manufacturing. Also, due to its offensive smell, it is the active ingredient in a variety of foul pranks including the common stink bomb.

Item Code: 17026-44-7

For cosmetics, ammonium sulfite is used as a hair straightening agent and a hair waving agent. Ammonium based hair products have been made to replace sodium hydroxide based products due to the destructive nature of sodium hydroxide on hair.

An antichlor is a substance used to remove the excess of chlorine. Antichlors include sodium bisulfite, potassium bisulfite, sodium metabisulfite, sodium thiosulfate, and hydrogen peroxide.

Antimony Pentachloride
Antimony Pentachloride

Item Code: 7647-18-9

It is a colourless oil, but typical samples are yellowish due to impurities. Owing to its tendency to hydrolyse to hydrochloric acid, SbCl5 is a highly corrosive substance.

Antimony Pentafluoride
Antimony Pentafluoride

Item Code: 7783-70-2

This colourless, viscous liquid is a valuable Lewis acid and a component of the superacid fluoroantimonic acid, the strongest known acid. It is notable for its Lewis acidity and its ability to react with almost all known compounds.

Item Code: 1309-64-4

Antimony trioxide is the inorganic compound with the formula Sb2O3. It is the most important commercial compound of antimony. It is found in nature as the minerals valentinite and senarmontite.

Item Code: 1327-53-3

Arsenic oxide can be generated via many routine processing of arsenic compounds including the oxidation (combustion) of arsenic and arsenic-containing minerals in air. Illustrative is the roasting of orpiment, a typical arsenic sulfide ore.

Arsenic trioxide can be generated via many routine processing of arsenic compounds including the oxidation (combustion) of arsenic and arsenic-containing minerals in air. Illustrative is the roasting of orpiment, a typical arsenic sulfide ore.

It is known to occur in aqueous solutions, but it has not been isolated as a pure material, although this fact does not detract from the significance of As(OH)3 .

Item Code: 7784-42-1

Arsine is the inorganic compound with the formula AsH3. This flammable, pyrophoric, and highly toxic gas is one of the simplest compounds of arsenic. Despite its lethality, it finds some applications in the semiconductor industry and for the synthesis of organoarsenic compounds.

Item Code: 13770-40-6

Azanyl radicals are highly reactive and consequently short lived; however, they form an important part of radical chemistry. In sufficiently high concentration, azanyl dimerises to form hydrazine.

Can be used to make azides of magnesium (but its hydrolytic tendency frustrated efforts to isolate it), sodium, potassium, lithium, rubidium and zinc with their respective sulfates.

Item Code: 513-77-9

Barium carbonate is made commercially from barium sulfide either by treatment with sodium carbonate at 60 to 70 °C (soda ash method) or by passing carbon dioxide at 40 to 90 °C.

Item Code: 13477-00-4

Barium chlorate is a white crystalline solid. It is an irritant, as are all barium compounds. If consumed, barium chlorate can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. It is used in pyrotechnics to produce a green color.

Item Code: 10361-37-2

Barium chloride is the inorganic compound with the formula BaCl2. It is one of the most common water-soluble salts of barium. Like other barium salts, it is toxic and imparts a yellow-green coloration to a flame. It is also hygroscopic.

Item Code: 10294-40-3

The chromium occurs in the +6 oxidation state. It is an oxidizing agent, and produces a green flame when heated, the result of barium ions.

Item Code: 13773-23-4

Anhydrous barium ferrate can be prepared by precipitation from a solution containing potassium ferrate and barium chloride. Barium ferrate is an oxidising agent and has been proposed as an oxidising reagent for use in organic syntheses.

Item Code: 11138-11-7

Barium ferrite, abbreviated BaFe, is the chemical compound with the formula BaFe2O4. This and related ferrite materials are components in magnetic stripe cards. BaFe is described as Ba2+(Fe3+)2(O2-)4. The Fe3+ centers, with a high-spin d5 configuration, are ferromagnetically coupled .

Item Code: 7787-32-8

Barium fluoride (BaF2) is a chemical compound of barium and fluorine. It is a solid which can be a transparent crystal. It occurs in nature as the mineral frankdicksonite.

Item Code: 17194-00-2

Barium hydroxide is the chemical compound with the formula Ba(OH)2. Also known as baryta, it is one of the principal compounds of barium. The white granular monohydrate is the usual commercial form.

Item Code: 13718-50-8

The compound exists as an anhydrous and a hydrate (BaI2(H2O)2), both of which are white solids. When heated, hydrated barium iodide converts to the anhydrous salt. The hydrated form is freely soluble in water, ethanol, and acetone.

Item Code: 10022-31-8

Barium nitrate exists as a white solid at room temperature. It is soluble in water, and like other soluble barium compounds, is toxic and should be handled with care. It occurs naturally as the rare mineral nitrobarite.

Item Code: 1304-28-5

Barium oxide, BaO, is a white hygroscopic compound formed by the burning of barium in oxygen, although it is often formed through the decomposition of other barium salts.

Item Code: 1304-29-6

It is used in fireworks as an oxidizer, which also gives a vivid green colour, as do all barium compounds.

Item Code: 7727-43-7

It is a white crystalline solid that is odorless and insoluble in water. It occurs as the mineral barite, which is the main commercial source of barium and materials prepared from it.

Item Code: 12047-27-7

Barium titanate is the inorganic compound with the chemical formula BaTiO3. Barium titanate is a white powder and transparent as larger crystals. This titanate is a ferroelectric ceramic material, with a photorefractive effect and piezoelectric properties.

The crystal structure is made up of a helical polymer of BH4Be and BH4 structure units.

Item Code: 7787-46-4

Beryllium bromide is the chemical compound with the formula BeBr2. It is very hygroscopic and dissolves well in water.

Item Code: 13106-47-3

The tetrahydrate is said to be formed when CO2 is bubbled through a solution of Be(OH)2 and is also reported to be similarly unstable.

Item Code: 7787-47-5

It is a colourless, hygroscopic solid that dissolves well in many polar solvents. Its properties are similar to those of aluminium trichloride.

Item Code: 7787-49-7

Beryllium fluoride is the inorganic compound with the formula BeF2. This white solid is the principal precursor for the manufacture of beryllium metal.

Item Code: 7787-52-2

Beryllium hydride, BeH2, is a chemical compound of beryllium and hydrogen commonly used in rocket fuel. Unlike the ionically bonded hydrides of the heavier Group 2 elements, beryllium hydride is covalently bonded.

Item Code: 13327-32-7

Beryllium hydroxide, Be(OH)2, is an amphoteric hydroxide, dissolving in both acids and alkalis. Industrially it is produced as a by-product in the extraction of beryllium metal from the ores beryl and bertrandite.

Item Code: 7787-53-3

Beryllium iodide is the chemical compound with the formula BeI2. It is very hygroscopic and reacts violently with water, forming hydroiodic acid.

Item Code: 13597-99-4

Beryllium nitrate is a toxic chemical, like all other beryllium compounds. It is also an irritant in small doses. When burned, it gives off irritating or toxic fumes. However, when massive short-term exposure occurs .

Item Code: 1304-54-7

Beryllium nitride, is a nitride of beryllium. It can be prepared from the elements at high temperature (1100–1500 °C),[1] different Beryllium azide or BeN6,it decomposes in vacuum into beryllium and nitrogen.

Item Code: 1304-56-9

As an amorphous solid, beryllium oxide is white. Its high melting point leads to its use as a refractory. It occurs in nature as the mineral bromellite. Historically and in materials science, beryllium oxide was called glucina or glucinium oxide.

Item Code: 13510-49-1

Beryllium sulfate is a white crystalline solid. It was first isolated in 1815 by Jons Jakob Berzelius.

Beryllium sulfite is a chemical compound with the chemical formula BeSO3. It is the beryllium salt of sulfurous acid. It is easily oxidized by oxygen, which produces beryllium sulfate.

Item Code: 12232-27-8

It is a crystalline solid with the lattice constant of 0.5615 nm. It is a semiconductor with a large energy gap of around 3 eV. Toxicity is unknown, but both beryllium and tellurium are toxic. Toxic hydrogen telluride gas is evolved on exposure to water.

Item Code: 1304-76-3

Bismuth oxide is perhaps the most industrially important compound of bismuth. It is also a common starting point for bismuth chemistry .

Item Code: 1304-82-1

Bismuth telluride is a gray powder that is a compound of bismuth and tellurium also known as bismuth(III) telluride. It is a semiconductor which, when alloyed with antimony or selenium is an efficient thermoelectric material for refrigeration or portable power generation.

Bone ash is the white, material produced by the calcination of bones. It is primarily composed of calcium phosphate. It is commonly used in fertilizers, polishing compounds and in making ceramics such as bone china. It also has historical uses in the manufacture of baking powders and assay cupels.

Borane is a chemical compound of boron and hydrogen. The boranes comprise a large group of compounds with the generic formula of BxHy. These compounds do not occur in nature. Many of the boranes readily oxidise on contact with air, some violently .

The term borax is used for a number of closely related minerals or chemical compounds that differ in their crystal water content, but usually refers to the decahydrate. Commercially sold borax is usually partially dehydrated.

Boric acid, also called hydrogen borate, boracic acid, orthoboric acid and acidum boricum, is a weak acid of boron often used as an antiseptic, insecticide, flame retardant.

Boron carbide was discovered in the 19th century as a by-product of reactions involving metal borides, however, its chemical formula was unknown.

Boron nitride is a chemical compound with chemical formula BN, consisting of equal numbers of boron and nitrogen atoms.

It is a white, glassy solid with the formula B2O3. It is almost always found as the vitreous (amorphic) form; however, it can be crystallized after extensive annealing.

Boron suboxide is a solid compound containing six boron atoms and one oxygen atom. Its structure is built of eight icosahedra at the apexes of the rhombohedral unit cell (space group R3-m). Each icosahedron is composed of twelve boron atoms.

Boron trichloride is a chemical compound with the formula BCl3. This colorless gas is a valuable reagent in organic synthesis. It is also dangerously reactive.

Boron trifluoride is the chemical compound with the formula BF3. This pungent colourless toxic gas forms white fumes in moist air. It is a useful Lewis acid and a versatile building block for other boron compounds.

It is almost always found as the vitreous (amorphic) form; however, it can be crystallized after extensive annealing. It is one of the most difficult compounds known to crystallize.

Item Code: 13863-41-7

Bromine monochloride is used in analytical chemistry in determining low levels of mercury, to quantitatively oxidize mercury in the sample to Hg(II) state.

Item Code: 7789-30-2

Bromine pentafluoride, BrF5, is an interhalogen compound and a fluoride of bromine. It is a strong fluorination reagent.

Item Code: 7787-71-5

Bromine trifluoride is an interhalogen compound with the formula BrF3. This toxic, colourless, and corrosive liquid is soluble in sulfuric acid but explodes on contact with water and organic compounds.

Item Code: 75-60-5

Cacodylic acid is the chemical compound with the formula (CH3)2AsO2H. Derivatives of cacodylic acid.

Item Code: 12006-15-4

Cadmium arsenide (Cd3As2) is an inorganic, crystalline semiconductor with a tetragonal structure in the II-V family. Cadmium arsenide shows the Nernst effect.

Item Code: 7789-42-6

It is used in the manufacturing of photographic film, engraving and lithography.

Item Code: 10108-64-2

It is a hygroscopic solid that is highly soluble in water and slightly soluble in alcohol. Although it is considered to be ionic, it has considerable covalent character to its bonding.

Item Code: 7790-79-6

Cadmium fluoride (CdF2) is a mostly water-insoluble source of cadmium used in oxygen-sensitive applications, such as the production of metallic alloys.

Item Code: 7790-80-9

Cadmium iodide is used in lithography, photography, electroplating and the manufacturing of phosphors.

Item Code: 10325-94-7

The anhydrous form is volatile but the others are salts. All are colourless crystalline solids that absorb moisture from air and becomes watery, that is deliquescent. Cadmium compounds are also known to be carcinogenic.

Item Code: 1306-19-0

It crystallizes in a cubic rocksalt lattice like sodium chloride, with octahedral cation and anion centers.

Item Code: 1306-24-7

Cadmium selenide is a semiconducting material, but has yet to find many applications in manufacturing. This material is transparent to infra-red (IR) light, and has seen limited use in windows for instruments utilizing IR light.

Item Code: 10124-36-4

Cadmium sulfate is very rarely found naturally in a form of a tetrahydrate mineral called drobecite and as a basic salt in the mineral Niedermayrite. It is used as a pigment.

Item Code: 1306-23-6

Cadmium sulfide is the inorganic compound with the formula CdS. Cadmium sulfide is a yellow solid.

Item Code: 1306-25-8

It is usually sandwiched with cadmium sulfide to form a p-n junction photovoltaic solar cell. Typically, CdTe cells use a n-i-p structure.

Item Code: 15519-28-5

Caesium bicarbonate is a chemical compound with the chemical formula CsHCO3. It can be produced through the following reaction.

Item Code: 534-17-8

Its solubility is higher in organic solvents compared to other carbonates like potassium carbonate.

Item Code: 7647-17-8

This colorless solid is an important source of caesium ions in a variety of applications. Its crystal structure forms a major structural type where each caesium ion is coordinated by 8 chlorine ions.

Item Code: 13454-78-9

Caesium chromate, the caesium salt of chromic acid, is used to produce caesium vapour by reaction with silicon, boron, or titanium, which is used to in the final stages of creating vacuum tubes.

Item Code: 13400-13-0

It is more soluble than sodium fluoride or potassium fluoride. It is available in anhydrous form, and if water has been absorbed it is easy to dry by heating at 100 °C for two hours in vacuo.

Item Code: 13772-47-9

Caesium hydride (CsH) is a compound of caesium and hydrogen. It was the first substance to be created by light-induced particle formation in metal vapor, and showed promise in early studies of an ion propulsion system using caesium.

Item Code: 75-20-7

Calcium carbide is a chemical compound with the chemical formula of CaC2. Its main use industrially is in the production of acetylene and calcium cyanamide.

Item Code: 10017-74-3

It can be formed by oxidation of calcium chloride by a strong oxidizing agent.

Item Code: 10043-52-4

It behaves as a typical ionic halide, and is solid at room temperature. Common applications include brine for refrigeration plants, ice and dust control on roads, and desiccation.

Item Code: 13765-19-0

It is used as a pigment, a corrosion inhibitor, and in electroplating, photochemical processing, and industrial waste treatment.

The reaction takes place in large steel chambers. An electric carbon element heats the reactants to red heat. Nitrogen is pressurised at 2 atmospheres.

Item Code: 7789-75-5

Calcium fluoride is the inorganic compound with the formula CaF2. This ionic compound of calcium and fluorine occurs naturally as the mineral fluorite (also called fluorspar).

Item Code: 7789-78-8

Calcium hydride is the chemical compound with the formula CaH2. This grey powder (white if pure, which is rare) reacts vigorously with water liberating hydrogen gas. CaH2 is thus used as a drying agent, i.e. a desiccant.

Item Code: 1305-62-0

It is a colorless crystal or white powder and is obtained when calcium oxide (called lime or quicklime) is mixed, or "slaked" with water.

Calcium silicate hydrate is the main product of the hydration of Portland cement and is primarily responsible for the strength in cement based materials.

Item Code: 7778-18-9

Calcium sulfate (or calcium sulphate) is a common laboratory and industrial chemical. In the form of γ-anhydrite (the nearly anhydrous form), it is used as a desiccant. It is also used as a coagulant in products like tofu.

It is a gas at standard temperature and pressure and exists in Earth's atmosphere in this state, as a trace gas at a concentration of 0.039 per cent by volume.

Carbon disulfide is a colorless volatile liquid with the formula CS2. The compound is used frequently as a building block in organic chemistry as well as an industrial and chemical non-polar solvent.

Item Code: 630-08-0

It can be toxic to humans and animals when encountered in higher concentrations, although it is also produced in normal animal metabolism in low quantities, and is thought to have some normal biological functions.

In combination with triphenylphosphine, CBr4 is used in the Appel reaction, which converts alcohols to alkyl bromides. It is significantly less stable than lighter tetrahalomethanes.

It is a colourless liquid with a "sweet" smell that can be detected at low levels.

Carbon tetraiodide is CI4, a tetrahalomethane. Being bright red, it is a relatively rare example of a highly colored methane derivative. It is only 2% by weight carbon, although other methane derivatives are known with still less carbon.

Item Code: 463-79-6

It is also a name sometimes given to solutions of carbon dioxide in water (carbonated water), because such solutions contain small amounts of H2CO3. Carbonic acid forms two kinds of salts, the carbonates and the bicarbonates. It is a weak acid.

Item Code: 353-50-4

This gas, like its analog phosgene, is highly toxic. The molecule is planar with C2v symmetry.

Item Code: 463-58-1

Carbonyl sulfide decomposes in the presence of humidity and bases to carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide.

Caro's acid, is a liquid at room temperature. In this acid, the S(VI) center adopts its characteristic tetrahedral geometry; the connectivity is indicated by the formula HO-O-S(O)2-OH. It is one of the strongest oxidants known (Eº + 1.81 V) and is highly explosive.

Item Code: 14457-87-5

Cerium bromide is an inorganic compound with the formula CeBr3. This white hygroscopic solid is of interest as a component of scintillation counters.

Item Code: 7790-86-5

Cerium chloride (CeCl3), also known as cerous chloride or cerium trichloride, is a compound of cerium and chlorine.

Item Code: 13590-82-4

Ceric sulfate is moderately soluble in water and dilute acids. Its neutral solutions slowly decompose, depositing the light yellow oxide CeO2. Solutions of ceric sulfate have a strong yellow color.

Item Code: 7790-93-4

It is also produced by the reaction of sulfuric acid with potassium chlorate in the combustion of sugar using potassium chlorate, sulfuric acid, and sugar.

Chlorine is in the halogen group . The element forms diatomic molecules under standard conditions, called dichlorine. It has the highest electron affinity and the third highest electronegativity of all the elements; for this reason, chlorine is a strong oxidizing agent.

Chlorine azide is an inorganic compound.In undiluted condition, it usually detonates violently whatever the temperature, without apparent provocation.

Chlorine dioxide is a chemical compound with the formula ClO2. This yellowish-green gas crystallizes as bright orange crystals at −59 °C. As one of several oxides of chlorine, it is a potent and useful oxidizing agent used in water treatment and in bleaching.

Item Code: 12301-79-0

It plays an important role in the process of ozone depletion. In the stratosphere, chlorine atoms react with ozone molecules to form chlorine monoxide and oxygen.

Item Code: 27218-16-2

Chlorine perchlorate is the chemical compound with the formula Cl2O4. This chlorine oxide is an asymmetric oxide, with one chlorine atom in oxidation state +1 and the other +7, with proper formula ClOClO3.

It is a dark red fuming liquid at room temperature that crystallizes as an ionic compound, chloryl perchlorate, [ClO2]+[ClO4]−. It was originally reported to exist as the monomeric chlorine trioxide ClO3 in gas phase.

Item Code: 7758-19-2

It is a dark red fuming liquid at room temperature that crystallizes as an ionic compound, chloryl perchlorate, [ClO2]+[ClO4]−. It was originally reported to exist as the monomeric chlorine trioxide ClO3 in gas phase.

Item Code: 16941-12-1

This is one of the most readily available soluble compounds of platinum. It is rarely obtained in the pure state.

Item Code: 10141-00-1

Chromium alum is used in the tanning of leather as chromium(III) stabilizes the leather by cross linking the collagen fibers within the leather. However, this application is obsolete because the simpler chromium(III) sulfate is preferred.

Item Code: 1333-82-0

This compound is a dark-red/orange brown solid, which dissolves in water concomitant with hydrolysis. Millions of kilograms are produced annually, mainly for electroplating.

Item Code: 10025-73-7

This unusual feature of chromium(III) chlorides, having a series of [CrCl3−n(H2O)n]z+, each of which is isolable, is also found with other chromium(III) compounds.

Item Code: 1308-38-9

Chromium oxide is the inorganic compound of the formula Cr2O3. It is one of principal oxides of chromium and is used as a pigment. In nature, it occurs as the rare mineral eskolaite.

Item Code: 13825-86-0

Chromium sulfate is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula CrSO4. It can be produced through the reaction of sulfates and chromium(II) acetate. It is a useful reducing agent in organic chemistry.

This compound is a dark-red/orange brown solid, which dissolves in water concomitant with hydrolysis. Millions of kilograms are produced annually, mainly for electroplating.

Item Code: 10049-05-5

This white, crystalline solid is used for the synthesis of other chromium complexes. CrCl2 is hygroscopic. It dissolves in water to give bright blue solutions that are easily oxidized by air to give Cr(III)-containing products.

Item Code: 14977-61-8

The diminished oxidizing power can be ascribed to its anionic nature, which diminishes its electron affinity. Also, chloride is a poorer pi-donor ligand than is oxide.

Item Code: 7789-43-7

Cobalt bromide is an inorganic compound used primarily as a catalyst in some processes.

Item Code: 513-79-1

Cobalt carbonate is a precursor to cobalt carbonyl and various cobalt salts. It is a component of dietary supplements since cobalt is an essential element. It is a precursor to blue pottery glazes, famously in the case of Delftware.

Item Code: 7646-79-9

It is usually supplied as the hexahydrate CoCl2·6H2O, which is one of the most commonly used cobalt compounds in the laboratory. The hexahydrate is deep purple in color, whereas the anhydrous form is sky blue.

Item Code: 10124-43-3

Cobalt sulfate is used in the preparation of pigments, as well as in the manufacture of other cobalt salts. Cobalt pigment is used in porcelains and glass.

Copper azide is very explosive and is too sensitive for any practical use.

Item Code: 1184-64-1

The colour can vary from bright blue to green, because there may be a mixture of both copper carbonate and basic copper carbonate in various stages of hydration.

This is a light brown solid, which slowly absorbs moisture to form a blue-green dihydrate. The copper(II) chlorides are some of the most common copper(II) compounds, after copper sulfate.

Item Code: 20427-59-2

Copper hydroxide is a pale blue, gelatinous solid. Some forms of copper(II) hydroxide are sold as "stabilized" copper hydroxide, quite likely a mixture of copper(II) carbonate and hydroxide. These are often greener in color.

Item Code: 1338-02-9

They are obtained by oxidation of the naphtha fraction of the crude oil refining. The composition varies with the crude oil composition and the conditions during refining and oxidation.

Item Code: 3251-23-8

Copper nitrate also occurs as five different hydrates, the most common ones being the trihydrate and hexahydrate. These materials are more commonly encountered in commerce than in the laboratory.

Item Code: 1317-38-0

Copper oxide or cupric oxide is the higher oxide of copper. As a mineral, it is known as tenorite.

Item Code: 7758-98-7

This salt exists as a series of compounds that differ in their degree of hydration.

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Copper sulfide is a copper sulfide, a chemical compound of copper and sulfur. It has the chemical compound Cu2S. It is found in nature as the mineral chalcocite. It has a narrow range of stoichiometry ranging from Cu1.997S to Cu2.000S.

It is a colorless, toxic gas with a pungent odor. The molecule is a pseudohalogen. Cyanogen molecules consist of two CN groups – analogous to diatomic halogen molecules, such as Cl2, but far less oxidizing.

Item Code: 506-68-3

Cyanogen bromide is a pseudohalogen compound with the formula CNBr. It is a colorless solid that is widely used to modify biopolymers, fragment proteins and peptides, and synthesize other compounds.

Item Code: 506-77-4

This linear, triatomic pseudohalogen is an easily condensed colorless gas. More commonly encountered in the laboratory is the related compound cyanogen bromide, a room-temperature solid that is widely used in biochemical analysis and preparation.

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It is a relatively volatile and highly toxic inorganic compound. It occurs as white crystals that react slowly with water to form hydrogen cyanide.

Item Code: 108-77-0

It is estimated that 70% of cyanuric chloride is used in the preparation of the triazine-class pesticides, especially atrazine. Such reactions rely on the easy displacement of the chloride with nucleophiles such as amines.

It is a colorless gas at room temperature with a repulsively sweet odor. Diborane mixes well with air, easily forming explosive mixtures. Diborane will ignite spontaneously in moist air at room temperature. Synonyms include boroethane, boron hydride, and diboron hexahydride.

Item Code: 7783-28-0

DAP is used as a fertilizer. When applied as plant food, it temporarily increases the soil pH, but over a long term the treated ground becomes more acidic than before upon nitrification of the ammonium.

It is a colorless gas at room temperature with a repulsively sweet odor. Diborane mixes well with air, easily forming explosive mixtures. Diborane will ignite spontaneously in moist air at room temperature. Synonyms include boroethane, boron hydride, and diboron hexahydride.

Dichlorine dioxide is one of the oxides of chlorine. It is a reaction intermediate of photochemical reactions in atmosphere. It can be formed through the combination of two chlorine monoxide radicals.

It is produced by the careful distillation of perchloric acid in the presence of the dehydrating agent phosphorus pentoxide.

Item Code: 12442-63-6

It is produced by the careful distillation of perchloric acid in the presence of the dehydrating agent phosphorus pentoxide.

Item Code: 7791-21-1

Dichlorine monoxide, Cl2O, also known as oxygen dichloride, dichlorine oxide, or chlorine(I) oxide, is a chlorine oxide. It is a brownish-yellow gas at room temperature which can explode in high concentrations when exposed to heat or sparks.

This yellowish-green gas crystallizes as bright orange crystals at −59 °C. As one of several oxides of chlorine, it is a potent and useful oxidizing agent used in water treatment and in bleaching.

Item Code: 17496-59-2

Its structure is believed to be OCl-ClO2 with possible isomers such as Cl-O-ClO2. It is the theoretical anhydride of chlorous acid.

Item Code: 4109-96-0

Dichlorosilane as it is commonly known, is usually mixed with ammonia (NH3) in LPCVD chambers to grow silicon nitride in semiconductor processing.

Item Code: 12140-58-8

Digallane is a chemical compound of gallium and hydrogen with the formula Ga2H6. It is the dimer of the monomeric compound gallane.

Item Code: 10102-03-1

N2O5 exists as colourless crystals that sublime slightly above room temperature. The salt eventually decomposes at room temperature into NO2 and O2.

Item Code: 10544-72-6

It is a useful reagent in chemical synthesis. It forms an equilibrium mixture with nitrogen dioxide; some call this mixture dinitrogen tetroxide, while some call it nitrogen dioxide.

Item Code: 1590-87-0

At standard temperature and pressure, disilane is a colourless, acrid gas. Disilane and ethane have similar structures, although disilane is much more reactive.

Item Code: 5714-22-7

It was considered a potential chemical warfare pulmonary agent in World War II because it does not produce lacrimation or skin irritation, thus providing little warning of exposure.

Item Code: 10025-67-9

It is synthesized by partial chlorination of elemental sulfur. The reaction takes place at usable rates at room temperature.

Item Code: 10025-74-8

Dysprosium chloride is also known as dysprosium trichloride, is a compound of dysprosium and chlorine. It is a white to yellow solid which rapidly absorbs water on exposure to moist air to form a hexahydrate.

Item Code: 1308-87-8

Dysprosium Oxide is a white, slightly hygroscopic powder having specialized uses in ceramics, glass, phosphors, lasers and dysprosium metal halide lamps.

Dysprosium titanate, like holmium titanate and holmium stannate, is a spin ice material. In 2009, quasiparticles resembling magnetic monopoles were observed at low temperature and high magnetic field.

Item Code: 10138-41-7

Erbium chloride, the erbium(III) salt of hydrochloric acid, is a violet solid used for the preparation of erbium metal.

Item Code: 10025-76-0

The anhydrous chloride may also be used to prepare organometallic compounds of europium, such as bis(pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)europium(II) complexes.

Item Code: 16950-06-4

The 1:1 combination forms the strongest known superacid, which has been demonstrated to protonate even hydrocarbons to afford carbocations and H2.

Item Code: 10138-52-0

Gadolinium chloride, also known as gadolinium trichloride, is GdCl3. It is a colorless, hygroscopic, water-soluble solid.

Item Code: 12064-62-9

It is one of the most commonly available forms of the rare earth element gadolinium, derivatives of which are potential contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging.

Item Code: 12064-03-8

GaSb can be used for Infrared detectors, infrared LEDs and lasers and transistors, and thermophotovoltaic systems.

Item Code: 1303-00-0

It is a semiconductor, and is used in the manufacture of devices such as microwave frequency integrated circuits, monolithic microwave integrated circuits, infrared light-emitting diodes, laser diodes, solar cells and optical windows.

Item Code: 25617-97-4

Its sensitivity to ionizing radiation is low (like other group III nitrides), making it a suitable material for solar cell arrays for satellites.

Item Code: 12063-98-8

Sulfur or tellurium are used as dopants to produce n-type semiconductors. Zinc is used as a dopant for the p-type semiconductor.

Item Code: 13450-90-3

It is colourless and soluble in virtually all solvents, which is unusual for a metal halide. It is the main precursor to most derivatives of gallium and a reagent in organic synthesis.

Item Code: 24415-00-7

Germanium "metal" (isolated germanium) is used as semiconductor in transistors and various other electronic devices. Historically the first decade of semiconductor electronics were entirely based on germanium.

Item Code: 10038-98-9

Germanium chloride is a chemical compound of germanium and chlorine with the formula GeCl2. It is a solid and contains germanium in the +2 oxidation state.

Item Code: 7783-58-6

Germanium tetrafluoride (GeF4) is a chemical compound of germanium and fluorine. This colorless gas is formed by reacting germanium with fluorine or germanium dioxide (GeO2) with hydrofluoric acid (HF).

It is the organogermanium hydride that is a high vapor pressure liquid germanium source for MOVPE. Isobutylgermane is currently investigated as safer and less hazardous alternative to toxic germane gas in microelectonic applications.

Item Code: 13450-95-8

Germanium iodide is a chemical compound of germanium and iodine. Two such compounds exist: germanium(II) iodide GeI2 and germanium(IV) iodide GeI4.

Item Code: 12065-36-0

Germanium "metal" (isolated germanium) is used as semiconductor in transistors and various other electronic devices. Historically the first decade of semiconductor electronics were entirely based on germanium.

Item Code: 1310-53-8

Germanium dioxide is not flammable. In contact with hydrochloric acid, it releases the volatile and corrosive germanium tetrachloride.

Item Code: 12065-10-0

Germanium selenide is a chemical compound with the formula GeSe. It exists as black crystalline powder having orthorhombic (distorted NaCl-type) crystal symmetry.

Item Code: 12025-34-2

Germanium sulfide was the first germanium compound found by Clemens Winkler during the analysis of argyrodite.

Item Code: 12025-39-7

Germanium telluride (GeTe) is a chemical compound of germanium and tellurium and is a component of chalcogenide glasses. It shows semimetallic conduction and ferroelectric behaviour.

Germanium Tetrafluoride
Germanium Tetrafluoride

Germanium tetrafluoride can be prepared by reaction of germanium with fluorine or hydrogen fluoride.

Item Code: 10294-27-6

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

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Gold chloride is a compound of gold and chlorine with the chemical formula AuCl.

Item Code: 12006-60-9

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

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Gold fluoride, AuF3, is an orange solid that sublimes at 300 °C. It is a powerful fluorinating agent.

Item Code: 10294-31-2

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Item Code: 1303-58-8

Gold oxide is used to make highly-valued red-coloured or cranberry glass, which, like colloidal gold suspensions, contains evenly-sized spherical gold nanoparticles.

Item Code: 1303-62-4

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Item Code: 1303-60-2

Gold sulfide is the inorganic compound with the formula Au2S. It is one of two principal sulfides of gold. Gold sulfides exist in nature as solid solutions with silver, which has the same covalent radius.

Gypsum is a common laboratory and industrial chemical. In the form of γ-anhydrite (the nearly anhydrous form), it is used as a desiccant. It is also used as a coagulant in products like tofu.

Item Code: 13499-05-3

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Item Code: 13709-52-9

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

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The molecule has a cyclic backbone consisting of alternating phosphorus and nitrogen atoms. It can be viewed as a trimer of the hypothetical compound N≡PCl2.

Item Code: 28407-51-4

Hexadecacarbonylhexarhodium is a metal carbonyl cluster with the formula Rh6(CO)16 It exists as black crystals that are soluble in organic solvents.

Hexamminecobalt Chloride
Hexamminecobalt Chloride

Item Code: 10534-89-1

This coordination compound is considered an archetypal "Werner complex", named after the pioneer of coordination chemistry, Alfred Werner

Hydrazine (also called diazane) is an inorganic compound with the formula N2H4. It is a colourless flammable liquid with an ammonia-like odor.

Item Code: 7782-79-8

Hydrazoic acid, also known as hydrogen azide or azoimide, is a colorless, volatile, and explosive liquid at room temperature and pressure.

Hydrobromic acid is a strong acid formed by dissolving the diatomic molecule hydrogen bromide (HBr) in water.

Item Code: 231-791-2

Hydrochloric acid is a clear, colourless solution of hydrogen chloride (HCl) in water. It is a highly corrosive, strong mineral acid with many industrial uses. Hydrochloric acid is found naturally in gastric acid.

Hydrogen bromide is the diatomic molecule HBr. HBr is a gas at standard conditions. Hydrobromic acid forms upon dissolving HBr in water.

The compound hydrogen chloride has the formula HCl. At room temperature, it is a colorless gas, which forms white fumes of hydrochloric acid upon contact with atmospheric humidity.

Item Code: 74-90-8

Hydrogen cyanide (with the historical common name of Prussic acid) is an inorganic compound with chemical formula HCN.

Hydrogen fluoride is a chemical compound with the formula HF. This colorless gas is the principal industrial source of fluorine, often in the aqueous form as hydrofluoric acid.

It is also a strong oxidizer. Hydrogen peroxide is a clear liquid, slightly more viscous than water. In dilute solution, it appears colorless.

Item Code: 7783-07-5

Hydrogen selenide is the inorganic compound with the formula H2Se. It is the simplest and virtually the only hydride of selenium.

Item Code: 7783-06-4

It often results from the bacterial breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen, such as in swamps and sewers; this process is commonly known as anaerobic digestion. It also occurs in volcanic gases, natural gas, and some well waters. The human body produces small amounts of H2S and uses it as a signaling molecule.

Item Code: 7783-09-7

Hydrogen telluride (tellurane) is the inorganic compound with the formula H2Te. The simplest hydride of tellurium.

It is a diatomic molecule. Aqueous solutions of HI are known as iohydroic acid or hydroiodic acid, a strong acid. Gas and aqueous solution are interconvertible. HI is used in organic and inorganic synthesis as one of the primary sources of iodine and as a reducing agent.

Hydrous ferric oxides, also called hydrous iron oxides, are a class of minerals that form from the weathering of minerals that contain iron (Fe) and hydroxides (OH-), and weakly bound water. They are poorly crystalline, highly porous and have large surface areas.

Item Code: 7803-49-8

However, hydroxylamine is almost always provided and used as an aqueous solution. It is used to prepare oximes, an important functional group. It is also an intermediate in biological nitrification.

Item Code: 7790-92-3

Hypochlorous acid is a weak acid with the chemical formula HClO. It forms when chlorine dissolves in water.

Item Code: 6303-21-5

It is a colorless low-melting compound, which is soluble in water, dioxane, and alcohols. The formula for hypophosphorous acid is generally written H3PO2, but a more descriptive presentation is HOP(O)H2 which highlights its monoprotic character

Item Code: 1312-41-0

It is a narrow-gap semiconductor material from the III-V group used in infrared detectors, including thermal imaging cameras, FLIR systems, infrared homing missile guidance systems.

Item Code: 1303-11-3

InAs is well known for its high electron mobility and narrow energy bandgap. It is widely used as terahertz radiation source as it is a strong Photo-dember emitter.

Item Code: 10025-82-8

Indium chloride is the chemical compound with the formula InCl3. This colorless salt finds some use in organic synthesis as a Lewis acid. It is also the most available soluble derivative of indium.

Item Code: 25617-98-5

Indium nitride (InN) is a small bandgap semiconductor material which has potential application in solar cells and high speed electronics.

Item Code: 22398-80-7

InP is used in high-power and high-frequency electronics because of its superior electron velocity with respect to the more common semiconductors silicon and gallium arsenide.

An inorganic anhydride is a chemical compound that is related to another by the loss of the elements of water, H2O. It shares this definition with acid anhydrides but inorganic anhydrides do not contain any organic moiety. For example, carbon dioxide is the anhydride of carbonic acid.

Item Code: 7782-68-5

Iodic acid, HIO3, can be obtained as a white solid. It dissolves in water very well, but it also exists in the pure state, as opposed to chloric acid or bromic acid.

Item Code: 16921-96-3

IF7 is highly irritating to both the skin and the mucous membranes. It also is a strong oxidizer, and can cause fire on contact with organic material.

Item Code: 7790-99-0

ICl is a useful reagent in organic synthesis. It is used as a source of electrophilic iodine in the synthesis of certain aromatic iodides. It also cleaves C-Si bonds.

Item Code: 7783-66-6

Is a fluoride of iodine. It is a colourless or yellow liquid with a density of 3.250 g cm−3. It was first synthesized by Henri Moissan in 1891 by burning solid iodine in fluorine gas.

Item Code: 865-44-1

It can be prepared by reacting iodine with an excess of liquid chlorine at −70 °C. In the melt it is conductive, which may indicate dissociation.

Item Code: 10025-83-9

Iridium(III) chloride is the inorganic compound with the formula IrCl3. This material is relatively rare, but the related hydrate is useful for preparing other iridium compounds. The anhydrous salt is a dark green crystalline solid.

Item Code: 7789-46-0

Iron bromide is the chemical compound FeBr2. This brownish-colored solid is a useful synthetic intermediate; for example it is employed to insert Fe(II) into porphyrins.

Item Code: 7758-94-3

The spent acid requires treatment before its disposal. It is also byproduct from titanium production, since some titanium ores contain iron.

Ferrocyanide was not named as a compound of iron and cyanide; rather cyanides as a chemical class were named because they were discovered in ferrocyanide. Ferrocyanide in turn was an iron radical found in the analysis of the intensely blue dye Prussian blue, and named in Latin to mean "blue substance with iron.

Item Code: 14038-43-8

Prussian blue was one of the first synthetic pigments. It is employed as a very fine colloidal dispersion, as the compound itself is not soluble in water.

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Anions such as selenite and selenate can be easily adsorbed on the positively charged surface of iron(II) hydroxide where they are subsequently reduced by Fe2+. The resulting products are poorly soluble (Se0, FeSe, or FeSe2).

Item Code: 7705-08-0

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Item Code: 1345-25-1

It is a black-colored powder with the chemical formula FeO. It consists of the chemical element iron in the oxidation state of 2 bonded to oxyge.

Thiocyanate (also known as rhodanide) is the anion [SCN]−. It is the conjugate base of thiocyanic acid. Common derivatives include the colourless salts potassium thiocyanate and sodium thiocyanate. Organic compounds containing the functional group SCN are also called thiocyanates.

Iron-sulfur clusters are ensembles of iron and sulfide centres. Fe-S clusters are most often discussed in the context of the biological role for iron-sulfur proteins.

Item Code: 13773-81-4

It is a volatile, colourless solid. The structure of the KrF2 molecule is linear, with Kr−F distances of 188.9 pm

Item Code: 54451-24-0

Lanthanum carbonate, La2(CO3)3, is the salt formed by lanthanum(III) cations and carbonate anions. It is an ore of lanthanum metal, along with monazite.

Item Code: 1312-81-8

Lanthanum oxide is La2O3, an inorganic compound containing the rare earth element lanthanum and oxygen. It is used to develop ferroelectric materials, and in optical materials.

Lead azide is an inorganic compound. More so than other azides, Pb(N3)2 is explosive. It is used in detonators to initiate secondary explosives. In a commercially usable form, it is a white to buff powder.

Item Code: 598-63-0

Lead carbonate is the chemical compound PbCO3. It is prepared industrially from lead(II) acetate and carbon dioxide. It occurs naturally as the mineral cerussite.

Item Code: 7758-95-4

It is poorly soluble in water. Lead chloride is one of the most important lead-based reagents. It also occurs naturally in the form of the mineral cotunnite.

Lead Hydrogen Arsenate
Lead Hydrogen Arsenate

Lead hydrogen arsenate, also called lead arsenate, acid lead arsenate or LA, chemical formula PbHAsO4, is an inorganic insecticide used primarily against the potato beetle.

Item Code: 10101-63-0

It is sparingly soluble in cold water but quite soluble in hot water, yielding a colorless solution; on cooling it crystallizes as yellow hexagonal platelet.

Lead(II) nitrate is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula Pb(NO3)2. It commonly occurs as a colourless crystal or white powder and, unlike most other lead(II) salts, is soluble in water.

Item Code: 1309-60-0

Lead dioxide is a strong oxidizing agent which is used in the manufacture of matches, pyrotechnics, dyes and other chemicals. It also has several important applications in electrochemistry, in particular as a component of lead acid batteries.

Item Code: 7446-27-7

Lead phosphate is an ionic compound with chemical formula Pb3(PO4)2. Lead(II) Phosphate is a long lived electronically neutral reagent chemical.

Item Code: 12069-00-0

Lead selenide a selenide of lead, is a semiconductor material. It forms cubic crystals of the NaCl structure; it has a direct bandgap of 0.27 eV at room temperature.

Item Code: 7446-14-2

Lead sulfate is prepared by treating lead oxide, hydroxide or carbonate with warm sulfuric acid, or by treating a soluble lead salt with sulfuric acid.

Item Code: 1314-87-0

Lead sulfide (also spelled sulphide) is an inorganic compound with the formula PbS. It finds limited use in electronic devices. PbS, also known as galena, is the principal ore and most important compound of lead.

Lead sulfide (also spelled sulphide) is an inorganic compound with the formula PbS. It finds limited use in electronic devices. PbS, also known as galena, is the principal ore and most important compound of lead.

Lead Zirconate Titanate
Lead Zirconate Titanate

Item Code: 12626-81-2

Lead zirconate titanate is an inorganic compound it is a ceramic perovskite material that shows a marked piezoelectric effect, which find practical applications in the area of electroceramics. It is a white solid that is insoluble in all solvents.

Lithium Aluminium Hydride
Lithium Aluminium Hydride

Item Code: 16853-85-3

This compound is used as a reducing agent in organic synthesis, especially for the reduction of esters, carboxylic acids, and amides. The solid is dangerously reactive toward water, releasing gaseous hydrogen (H2). Some related derivatives have been discussed for hydrogen storage.

Although less common than the related sodium borohydride, the lithium salt offers some advantages of being highly soluble in ethers and being a stronger reducing agent but still safer to handle than lithium aluminium hydride.

Item Code: 7550-35-8

Lithium bromide, or LiBr, is a chemical compound of lithium and bromine. Its extreme hygroscopic character makes LiBr useful as a desiccant in certain air conditioning systems.

Item Code: 554-13-2

This colorless salt is widely used in the processing of metal oxides and has received attention for its widespread use in the 20th century as a treatment for manic and bipolar disorders, however statistically significant clinical data were not available to confirm its therapeutic advantage given its profound side-effects.

Item Code: 13453-71-9

Lithium chlorate is the inorganic chemical compound with the formula LiClO3. Like all chlorates, it is an oxidizer and may become unstable and possibly explosive if mixed with organic materials, reactive metal powders, or sulfur.

The salt forms crystalline hydrates, unlike the other alkali metal chlorides. Mono-, tri-, and pentahydrates are known.

Item Code: 12190-79-3

The structure of LiCoO2 is known theoretically and has been confirmed with techniques like x-ray diffraction, electron microscopy, neutron powder diffraction, and EXAFS.

Item Code: 7580-67-8

It is a colorless solid, although commercial samples are gray. Characteristic of a salt-like, or ionic, hydride, it has a high melting point and is not soluble in any solvent with which it does not react. With a molecular mass of slightly less than 8, it is the lightest ionic compound.

Item Code: 1310-65-2

It is soluble in water and slightly soluble in ethanol. It is available commercially in anhydrous form and as the monohydrate (LiOH.H2O), both of which are strong bases.

Item Code: 13840-33-0

Lithium hypochlorite is the colorless, crystalline lithium salt of hypochlorous acid with the chemical formula of LiClO. It is used as a disinfectant for pools and a reagent for some chemical reactions.

Item Code: 10377-51-2

It crystallizes in the NaCl motif.[3] Various hydrates are also known.

Lithium Iron Phosphate
Lithium Iron Phosphate

The lithium iron phosphate battery, also called LFP battery, is a type of rechargeable battery, specifically a lithium-ion battery, which uses LiFePO4 as a cathode material. LiFePO4 batteries have somewhat lower energy density than the more common LiCoO2 design found in consumer electronics.

Item Code: 7790-69-4

It is the lithium salt of nitric acid. It is made by reacting lithium carbonate or lithium hydroxide with nitric acid.

Item Code: 7791-03-9

This white or colourless crystalline salt is noteworthy for its high solubility in many solvents. It exists both in anhydrous form and as a trihydrate.

Item Code: 12031-80-0

This solid was deployed to remove CO2 from the atmosphere in the vehicles used in Apollo mission.

This colorless salt is widely used in the processing of metal oxides and has received attention for its widespread use in the 20th century as a treatment for manic and bipolar disorders, however statistically significant clinical data were not available to confirm its therapeutic advantage given its profound side-effects.

Item Code: 10377-48-7

Lithium sulfate is a white inorganic salt with the formula Li2SO4. It is the lithium salt of sulfuric acid.

Item Code: 12136-58-2

Lithium sulfide is prepared by treating lithium with sulfur. This reaction is conveniently conducted in anhydrous ammonia.

An ionic compound is a chemical compound in which ions are held together in a lattice structure by ionic bonds. Usually, the positively charged portion consists of metal cations and the negatively charged portion is an anion or polyatomic ion.

Lithium superoxide (LiO2) has only been isolated in matrix isolation experiments at 15 K.

Item Code: 12057-75-9

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Item Code: 546-93-0

Magnesium carbonate, MgCO3, is a white solid that occurs in nature as a mineral. Several hydrated and basic forms of magnesium carbonate also exist as minerals. In addition, MgCO3 has a variety of uses.

Item Code: 7786-30-3

These salts are typical ionic halides, being highly soluble in water. The hydrated magnesium chloride can be extracted from brine or sea water.

Item Code: 1309-48-4

Magnesium oxide is produced by the calcination of magnesium carbonate or magnesium hydroxide or by the treatment of magnesium chloride with lime followed by heat.

Magnesium phosphate is a general term for salts of magnesium and phosphate appearing in three forms.

Item Code: 7487-88-9

Magnesium sulfate is highly soluble in water. The anhydrous form is strongly hygroscopic, and can be used as a desiccant.

Item Code: 13820-46-7

This species has been of interest in materials chemistry and solid-state physics because of its one-dimensional structure.

Manganese chloride is produced by treating manganese(IV) oxide with concentrated hydrochloric acid.

Item Code: 1313-13-9

The principal use for MnO2 is for dry-cell batteries, such as the alkaline battery and the zinc-carbon battery. MnO2 is also used as a pigment and as a precursor to other manganese compounds, such as KMnO4. It is used as a reagent in organic synthesis, for example, for the oxidation of allylic alcohols.

Item Code: 15195-58-1

Manganese tetrafluoride, MnF4, is the highest fluoride of manganese. It is a powerful oxidizing agent and is used as a means of purifying elemental fluorine.

The principal use for MnO2 is for dry-cell batteries, such as the alkaline battery and the zinc-carbon battery. MnO2 is also used as a pigment and as a precursor to other manganese compounds, such as KMnO4. It is used as a reagent in organic synthesis, for example, for the oxidation of allylic alcohols.

Item Code: 18718-07-5

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate
Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate

Item Code: 7785-87-7

It is the precursor to manganese metal and many other chemical compounds. Mn-deficient soil is remediated with this salt.

Item Code: 7487-94-7

This white crystalline solid is a laboratory reagent and a molecular compound. Once used as a treatment for syphilis, it is no longer used for medicinal purposes because of mercury toxicity and the availability of superior treatments.

Silver fulminate can be prepared in a similar way, but this salt is even more unstable than mercury fulminate; it can even explode under water.

Item Code: 15829-53-5

It is a brown/black powder, insoluble in water, toxic but without taste or smell. It is chemically unstable and converts to mercury(II) oxide and mercury metal.

Item Code: 20601-83-6

Mercury selenide can also refer to the following chemical compounds: HgSe2 and HgSe8. HgSe is strictly mercury(II) selenide.

Item Code: 7783-36-0

Mercury(I) sulfate, commonly called mercurous sulfate (United States) or mercurous sulphate (UK) is the chemical compound Hg2SO4.

Item Code: 1344-48-5

Mercury sulfide, mercuric sulfide, mercury sulphide, or mercury(II) sulfide is a chemical compound composed of the chemical elements mercury and sulfur. It is represented by the chemical formula HgS. It is virtually insoluble in water.

Item Code: 12068-90-5

It is a semi-metal related to the II-VI group of semiconductor materials. Alternative names are mercuric telluride and mercury(II) telluride.

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Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Item Code: 37267-86-0

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Item Code: 13011-54-6

Microcosmic salt is used in the laboratory as an essential ingredient of the microcosmic salt bead test for identification of metallic radicles on the basis of the color they produce in oxidising or reducing flame, in hot or cold condition.

Item Code: 12656-85-8

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

Item Code: 1317-33-5

This black crystalline sulfide of molybdenum occurs as the mineral molybdenite. It is the principal ore from which molybdenum metal is extracted.

Molybdenum Hexacarbonyl
Molybdenum Hexacarbonyl

Item Code: 13939-06-5

Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

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This compound is produced on the largest scale of any molybdenum compound. It occurs as the rare mineral molybdite. Its chief application is as an oxidation catalyst and as a raw material for the production of molybdenum metal.

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Molybdic acid refers to solid, hydrated forms of molybdenum trioxide and species in aqueous solution.

Mononitrogen Monosulfide
Mononitrogen Monosulfide

Item Code: 12033-56-6

Mononitrogen monosulfide is an inorganic compound with the formula SN. It is the sulfur analogue of the radical nitric oxide, NO.

Neodymium aluminium borate is a chemical compound with the chemical formula NdAl3(BO3)4.

Item Code: 10024-93-8

His anhydrous compound is a mauve-colored solid that rapidly absorbs water on exposure to air to form a purple-colored hexahydrate, NdCl3·6H2O.

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Nickel(II) carbonate describes one or a mixture of inorganic compounds containing nickel and carbonate.

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The anhydrous salt is yellow, but the more familiar hydrate NiCl2·6H2O is green. It is very rarely found in nature as mineral nickelbischofite.

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It most commonly is used in rechargeable battery electrodes, by oxidation to nickel(III) oxide-hydroxide.

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This paramagnetic black solid dissolves readily in water to give blue-green solutions of the aquo complexes. This blue-green colour is typical of hydrated nickel(II) compounds. Nickel iodides find some applications in homogeneous catalysis.

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Nickel nitrate is the chemical compound Ni(NO3)2 or any hydrate thereof. The anhydrous form is not commonly encountered, thus "nickel nitrate" usually refers to nickel(II) nitrate hexahydrate.

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There are references in the literature to traces of Ni2O3 on nickel surfaces, and as intermediates in nickel oxidation, e.g.

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It is a white, crystalline, diamagnetic solid. It is often found as an impurity in samples of niobium pentachloride, a common reagent in niobium chemistry.

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Niobium pentachloride, is a yellow crystalline solid. It hydrolyzes in air, and samples are often contaminated with small amounts of NbOCl3. It is often used as a precursor to other compounds of niobium. NbCl5 may be purified by sublimation.

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Nitric acid (HNO3), also known as aqua fortis and spirit of niter, is a highly corrosive strong mineral acid. The pure compound is colorless, but older samples tend to acquire a yellow cast due to the accumulation of oxides of nitrogen.

It is one of several nitrogen oxides. NO2 is an intermediate in the industrial synthesis of nitric acid, millions of tons of which are produced each year. This reddish-brown toxic gas has a characteristic sharp, biting odor and is a prominent air pollutant.

Item Code: 10102-43-9

Nitrogen monoxide, is a molecule with chemical formula NO. It is a free radical and is an important intermediate in the chemical industry. Nitric oxide is a by-product of combustion of substances in the air, as in automobile engines, fossil fuel power plants, and is produced naturally during the electrical discharges of lightning in thunderstorms.

N2O5 exists as colourless crystals that sublime slightly above room temperature. The salt eventually decomposes at room temperature into NO2 and O2.

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Nitrosylsulfuric acid is the chemical compound with the formula NOHSO4. It is a colourless solid that is used industrially in the production of caprolactam.

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The compound is noteworthy for its many uses, despite the rarity of osmium. It also has a number of interesting properties, one being that the solid is volatile.

The compound is noteworthy for its many uses, despite the rarity of osmium. It also has a number of interesting properties, one being that the solid is volatile.

The compound is noteworthy for its many uses, despite the rarity of osmium. It also has a number of interesting properties, one being that the solid is volatile.

The molecular form is only known in the gas phase. Upon fusing, it polymerises into long chains or network solids, hence the relatively high melting point of the solid state.

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Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds (carbon based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic chemistry.

As predicted by VSEPR theory, the molecule adopts a "V" shaped structure like H2O, but it has very different properties, being a strong oxidizer.

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Ozone is formed from dioxygen by the action of ultraviolet light and also atmospheric electrical discharges, and is present in low concentrations throughout the Earth's atmosphere. In total, ozone makes up only 0.6 parts per million of the atmosphere.

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PdCl2 is a common starting material in palladium chemistry – palladium-based catalysts are of particular value in organic synthesis. It is prepared by chlorination of palladium.

Palladium hydride is metallic palladium that contains a substantial quantity of hydrogen within its crystal lattice. It is an alloy presented by a chemical formula PdHx with x < 1. At room temperature, palladium hydrides may contain two crystalline phases, α and β.

Item Code: 10102-05-3

Palladium nitrate may be prepared by dissolving palladium oxide hydrate in dilute nitric acid followed by crystallization. The nitrate crystallizes as yellow-brown deliquescent prisms. Alternatively, the compound may be obtained by reacting palladium metal with nitric acid.

Its structure is that of five atoms of boron arranged in a square pyramid. Each boron has a terminal hydride ligand and four hydrides span the edges of the base of the pyramid.

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Analysis by Mössbauer spectroscopy indicates that this compound is a derivative antimony(III), explaining the production of antimony(III) chloride, rather than antimony(V) chloride, upon acidification.