Definition and Usage Area of Ammonium bi fluoride
This colorless salt is a glass ethochant and an intermediate in the once considered hydrofluoric acid pathway. It is ammonium bi fluoride or flaky crystal. It is easily soluble and easily soluble in water. Ammonium hydrogen fluoride is produced from ammonia and hydrogen fluoride. Ammonium bifluoride is considered as an intermediate in the production of hydrofluoric acid from hexafluorosilicic acid.
- It dissolves in water and forms a weak solution of hydrofluoric acid.
- gas can be collected in closed areas. Do not use steel, nickel or aluminum containers.
- Ammonium bifluoride (also known as ammonium hydrogen fluoride) is used as a polishing salt for metal surfaces, for example aluminum.
- Ammonium bifluoride is used in etched glass, antiseptics, solvent metal polonium for beryllium, surfactant for analytical agent and inoculant for silica steel plate.
- Ammonium bifluoride is used in glass spinning and extraction of rare elements, or used as antiseptics and mordant.
- Ammonium bifluoride is also used as a protective agent of wood, brightening agent of aluminum, rust removing agent and analytical reagent used in textile industry, etc. It can also be used as.
- Ammonium bifluoride is used in acid treatment of oil field and making magnesium and magnesium alloy. It can be used as mild eliminating, freezing producing and etchant glass.
- Ammonium bifluoride or an anti-fungal sealant can provide long-term protection to Douglas-fir piles against rot.
- Other applications of ammonium bifluoride include frosting the glass surfaces of light bulbs, perfume bottles and building glass, and its use in numerous chemical treatments.
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