Hydroxylamine Sulfate Basic Information
Product Name: Hydroxylamine Sulfate
Hydroxylamine Sulfate Chemical Properties
Melting point: 170 °C (dec.)(lit.)
Boiling point: 56.5℃
Storage temp.: -20°C
Solubility: Water soluble(lit.)
PH 3.6 (10g/l, H2O, 20℃)
Water Solubility: 329 g/L (20 ºC)
Used as an analytical reagent, a reducing agent, and also for organic synthesis.
It is mainly used for the preparation of caprolactam and as an intermediate for medicines and pesticides.
Hydroxylamine sulfate is also known as hydroxylamine sulfate or barium sulfate. Its derivatives, hydrazine or hydroxamic acid derivatives, can be used to produce insecticides such as methomyl, aldicarb and thiodicarbone, as well as fungicides and herbicides.
Used as a reducing agent, developer and rubber vulcanizing agent.
For the production of a series of isoxazole derivatives, sulfa drugs and vitamins B6, B12.
It can also be used in polymer synthesis materials, the purification of compounds, polymerization catalysts and chemical analysis reagents.
As inorganic analysis reducing agent, it can reduce the compounds of gold, silver and mercury to monomeric elements, and reduce Fe3+, Cu2+, V5+ to low-cost compounds.
Determination of selenium. Biological and biochemical research.