Cobalt Sulfate Heptahydrate

Cobalt (II) sulfate heptahydrate appears as a red monoclinic crystal that liquefies at around 100°C and becomes anhydrous at 250°C. It is soluble in water, slightly soluble in ethanol, and especially soluble in methanol.  In hydrated form, cobalt sulfate is used in the preparation of pigments which are also employed in porcelain and glass. Cobalt (II) sulfate has wide applications in storage batteries, electroplating baths, sympathetic inks, and as additive to soils and animal feeds.

Quick info

Category:

Quick Details

Grade

Industrial

 

Molecular Weight

281.11 g/mol

Purity

99.3%

Molecular Formula

Co So4 .7H2o

Appearance

Red Powder

Density

1.948
gr/cm3

CAS Number

10026-24-1

Synonyms

Cobalt monosulfate heptahydrate 

EINECS Number

233-334-2

 

Lead Time

Quantity (Metric Tons)

up to 25

Up to100

More than 100

Maximum Time (days)

4

15

To be negotiated

Packaging

25Kg / 50Kg (net) bags, 1 ton Jumbo bag or per customer requirement.

Logistics

Non-palletized: 22-24 tons per 20” Container

Palletized: 20-22 tons per 20” Container

Chemical Formula