Sulfate de nickel anhydre

Numéro CAS : 7786-81-4

Identification

Description


Formule moléculaire brute : NiO4S

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • ANHYDROUS NICKEL SULFATE
  • ANHYDROUS NICKEL(II) SULFATE
  • ANHYDROUS NICKELOUS SULFATE
  • Nickel sulfate
  • Nickel sulfate, anhydrous
  • Nickel sulphate
  • Nickel(II) sulfate
  • Nickel, sulfate de
  • NICKEL, SULFATE DE, ANHYDRE
  • Nickel, sulphate de
  • NICKELOUS SULFATE
  • Sulfate de nickel
  • Sulfate de nickel anhydre
  • SULFATE DE NICKEL(II)
  • SULFATE DE NICKEL(II) ANHYDRE
  • SULFATE DE NICKEL, ANHYDROUS
  • SULFATE NICKELEUX
  • SULFATE NICKELEUX ANHYDRE
  • SULFURIC ACID, NICKEL (2+) SALT (1:1)

Noms anglais :

  • Nickel sulfate
  • Nickel sulfate, anhydrous
Utilisation et sources d'émission

Agent de placage

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