Zinc chloride anhydrous

Anhydrous zinc chloride – an inorganic chemical compound with the formula ZnCl2. A highly hygroscopic substance well soluble in water. It is used as a flux for castings, as an intermediate, among others for batteries, for coating metal surfaces. Zinc chloride is used as a microfertilizer in agriculture. It is used in chemical laboratories. The product is for professional use only.

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Zinc chloride anhydrous – it is an inorganic chemical compound with the formula ZnCl2. It is obtained by the reaction of hydrochloric acid and zinc. Occurs in a solid, odorless form. It is a highly hygroscopic substance, well soluble in water, ethanol and methanol. It is used as an anhydrous drying agent. Zinc chloride is used as a mortar in fabric printing. It is used as a flux to clean soldered surfaces. It is used as an electrolyte for the production of galvanic cells. Zinc chloride is used as an intermediate (component) in batteries. Zinc chloride is used in chemical laboratories and for the production of soldering pastes, and the production of ion exchangers. The product is for professional use only.

It is also used:

  • As a casting flux,
  • As an intermediate, among others for batteries, for coating metal surfaces,
  • Used in chemical laboratories;
  • Used to regulate processes other than polymerization and vending,
  • Antifreeze liquid
  • surfactant

Additional features:

  • Name of substance: Zinc chloride anhydrous
  • Synonyms: zinc dichloride, zinc (II) chloride
  • Chemical formula: ZnCl2
  • Molar mass: 136.29 g / mol
  • Physical state: solid, powder
  • Color: white
  • pH: 5 (100 g / L)
  • Solubility in water: very good
  • Density: 2.93 g / cm3
  • Decomposition temperature: 360ºC

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SKU

CHC-K-0001

CAS

7646-85-7

REACH

01-2119472431-44

ADR

Yes

UN number

UN 2331

Packing group

III

Transport hazard class(es)

8

ERP Identifier

EU 1210