Metasilicate Chemical

Ammonium Molybdate

Ammonium heptamolybdate is an odourless crystalline compound ranging in colour from white to yellow-green. It is usually encountered as the tetrahydrate, whose chemical formula is (nh4)6mo7o24·4h2o.

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  • Item Code: 12027-67-7

Disodium Metasilicate

Sodium silicate is a white powder that is readily soluble in water, producing an alkaline solution. It is one of a number of related compounds which include sodium orthosilicate, Na4SiO4, sodium pyrosilicate, Na6Si2O7, and others. All are glassy, colourless and dissolve in water.

Potassium Molybdate

Molybdate has been used in industrial water treatment as a corrosion inhibitor. It was initially thought that it would be a good replacement for chromate, when chromate was banned for toxicity.

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  • Item Code: 13446-49-6

Sodium Metasilicate

Sodium silicate is a white powder that is readily soluble in water, producing an alkaline solution. It is one of a number of related compounds which include sodium orthosilicate, Na4SiO4, sodium pyrosilicate, Na6Si2o7, and others. All are glassy, colourless and dissolve in water.

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  • Item Code: 6834-92-0

Sodium Molybdate

Sodium molybdate was first synthesized by the method of hydration.[3] A more convenient synthesis is done by dissolving MoO3 in sodium hydroxide at 50–70 °C and crystallizing the filtered product.[2] The anhydrous salt is prepared by heating to 100 °C.

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  • Item Code: 7631-95-0
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