Ammonium DichromateAmmonium Dichromate ((NH4)2Cr2O7) is a bright orange-red crystalline solid, readily ignited and burns producing a voluminous green residue. Acts as a strong oxidizing agent if mixed or contaminated with combustible material. Because it is flammable, we recommend a safe chemical storage building that meets specific regulations for storing Ammonium Dichromate. Please review our fire rated products: SUPERLoc, FIRELoc, Fire-rated
Ammonium Dichromate Storing Details
- Flammable Details: Combustible. Oxidizer - contact with flammable materials may cause fire. Reactions carried out in close vessels may lead to explosion.
- Storage Details: Store in approved flammables storage lockers.
- Compatible Details: organic materials, strong reducing agents
- Description: Ammonium dichromate is the inorganic compound with the formula (NH4)2Cr2O7. In this compound, as in all chromates and dichromates, chromium is in a +6 oxidation state, commonly known as hexavalent chromium.
- Classification: CLASS 5.1
- Brand Name: n/a
Ammonium Dichromate Properties
|Formula||Density||Boiling Point;||IUPAC ID||Molar Mass||Soluble In||Melting Point|
|(NH4)2Cr2O7||2.12 g/cm³||N/A||Ammonium dichromate||252.07 g/mol||Cold water, hot water & alcohol||35°F (18°C)|