Ammonium Fluoride CAS 12125-01-8

Hydrogen Fluoride
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Ammonium hydrogen difluoride
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Ammonium Fluoride

Name: Ammonium Fluoride

Cas: 12125-01-8

Purity: 99%min


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Ammonium Fluoride

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CAS No:12125-01-8
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Product Introduction:

Ammonium fluoride, also known as ammonia fluoride, is a fluorine chemical product widely used in the fluorine chemical industry.

Ammonium fluoride is a not natural compound with the chemical formula NH4F, an ionic compound, and a white crystalline powder.

Ammonia fluoride is easily deliquescent in the air, easily soluble in water, the aqueous solution is acidic, decomposed when heated to release toxic corrosive flue gas, slightly soluble in ethanol, insoluble in acetone.

Ammonium Fluoride is mainly used as glass etchant, wood and wine preservative, disinfectant, analytical reagent, zirconium spotting reagent and fiber mordant and reagent for extracting rare elements.

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  • Ammonium Fluoride can be used as a glass etchant, a chemical polish on metal surfaces, a sanitizer in winemaking, a preservative, and a mordant for fibers.
  • Ammonia fluoride is also used in the metallurgical soil industry to extract rare metals.
  • It can be used as a chemical polishing agent for metal surfaces in the machinery industry and as a corrosive agent in the wood industry.
  • Ammonium Fluoride is used in chemical analysis as a masking agent for ion detection, a spotting reagent for content, a precipitating agent for binding titration of aluminum.
  • Ammonia fluoride is also used to prepare titrants for the determination of lead, copper and zinc in copper alloys, iron ore and coal tar.
  • Ammonium fluoride can likewise be made use of for the etching of titanium and also silicon wafers.
    • For the etching of titanium, oxidizing materials such as nitric acid or chromic anhydride should be included in the etching service to avoid the occurrence of hydrogen embrittlement.

Related References:

  1. Mixed Crystals of Ice and Ammonium Fluoride” – Nature | Published: 13 February 1954.
  2. Effects of substances such as NH4F on the pore structure of TiO2 nanotube arrays” – Scientific Reports | August 2018.
  3. Wikipedia

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