CALCIUM NITRATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT
CAS number: 10124-37-5,13477-34-4 (tetrahydrate)
UN number: 1454
RTECS number: EW2985000
Acid (pKa): 6.0
Structure: Crystal structure cubic (anhydrous) monoclinic (tetrahydrate)
Flash point: Flammable
LD50: 302 mg / kg (rat, oral)
Molecular formula: Ca (NO3) 2
Molar mass: 164,088 g / mol (anhydrous) 236,15 (tetrahydrate)
Appearance: solid colorless hygroscopic
Density: 2.504 g / cm 3 (anhydrous) 1.896 g / cm 3 (tetrahydrate)
Melting point: 561 ° C (anhydrous) 42.7 ° C (tetrahydrate)
Boiling point: (anhydrous) decomposes to 132 ° C (tetrahydrate)
Solubility in water anhydrous: 121.2 g / 100 ml (20 ° C) 271.0 g / 100 ml (40 ° C)
tetrahydrate: 195 g / 100 mL (0 ° C) 129 g / 100 ml (20 ° C) 363 g / 100 mL (100 ° C)
Other names: Calcium (II) salt, Calcium (II) nitrate, Calcium dinitrate
Chemical formula of Ca (NO3) 2 is a colorless, crystalline and hygroscopic chemical. It is highly soluble in water. It can also be dissolved in alcohol, acetone and ammonia. higher quality, longer shelf life and high market power can be harvested.
Production and Reactions
They can be obtained with 15.5% N and 28.0% Ca content.
By using calcium nitrate fertilizer, different liquid and powder chemicals and fertilizers can be produced at different rates.
In this sector, it can be applied in the form of direct soil application or with foliage in irrigation systems (especially drip irrigation) for the treatment and treatment of calcium deficiency in plants.
It is used as an additive in this sector.
It is used as an additive in construction chemicals.