Product name: Ammonium Ferric Sulphate, Ferric Ammonium Sulfate
Physical and Chemicals properties:
Appearance and properties: violet crystal
Density: 0.87g/mLat 25°C
Melting point: DHS 40 C
Boiling point: 85 ° C
Flash: 28 ° F
Refractive index: n20/D 1.406
Packaging & Shipping:
1. The wight of each bag is according to packing requirement.
2. The bale sewing thread must be orderly and rigorous.
3. They must be mended if having opening to ensure no leakage.
4. We promise our procduct can be safe and nondestructive through ocean shipping.
5. 25kg/50kg/1250kgbag woven PP bag with inner PE bag.
6. 27MT/20' container.
7. It is available upon customer's requirement.
Usaually 7 - 15 days after confirm the order.
Ammonium sulfate - Wikipedia
Ammonium sulfate decomposes upon heating above 250 °C, first forming ammonium bisulfate. Heating at higher temperatures results in decomposition into ammonia, nitrogen, sulfur dioxide, and water. As a salt of a strong acid (H2SO4) and weak base (NH3), its solution is acidic; pH of 0.1 M solution is 5.5
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Ammonium sulfate ((NH4)2SO4) is an inorganic salt with a number of commercial uses. The most common use is as a soil fertilizer since the chemical contains
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