Nickel carbonate CasNo.: 3333-67-3 is used as an electroplating brightening agent and a curing agent. It is used as a polymer adhesive enhancers, plasticizers for plasticized and modified of polyamide, epoxy resin, phenolic resin. It is designed for manufacturing of photography, pharmaceutical, electroplating industry, can be used as photo-reducing agent.
When used for bright nickel plating, BSS CasNo.: 3333-67-3 is a throwing agent and a complexing agent. It is suitable for primary brighteners and is usually used in conjunction with saccharin and secondary brighteners. Suitable for bright acid nickel plating, matt nickel plating, nickel-iron alloy and other processes.
Q:What’s the Minimum Order Quantity?
Q: How to Get Sample?
A: Sample within 500g could be sent for free once buyer’s DHL account is advised for freight collect or courier cost is paid. The courier cost could be deducted when bulk order is placed.
Q: What is Lead Time?
A: Generally, cargo could be loaded on ship in about two weeks after the date of receiving prepayment or L/C. Sometimes one week earlier or later.
Q: What’s the bulk Packing?
A:25kg paper barrel. If pouch packing is in need, it could be customized.
Q: How About the Nickel carbonate of ZXCHEM?
A: Nickel carbonate, a chemical compound with the formula NiCO3, finds various applications across different industries due to its unique properties. Some of its notable applications include:
Catalysis: Nickel carbonate is used as a catalyst or catalyst precursor in various chemical reactions, including hydrogenation and oxidation processes in the petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Electroplating: It serves as a source of nickel ions in electroplating processes, allowing for the deposition of a thin layer of nickel onto various substrates. This is commonly employed to enhance corrosion resistance and improve the aesthetic appearance of surfaces.
Ceramics and Glass: Nickel carbonate can be incorporated into ceramic and glass formulations to impart color, such as green or gray, to the final product. It is used in the production of ceramic pigments and glass enamels.
Battery Materials: Nickel carbonate is utilized in the manufacturing of rechargeable batteries, particularly nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) batteries, which are commonly found in hybrid vehicles, cordless power tools, and various portable electronic devices.
Catalytic Converter: In automotive catalytic converters, nickel carbonate-based catalysts can help convert harmful exhaust gases into less harmful substances, reducing air pollution and emissions.
Catalyst Supports: Nickel carbonate can be used as a precursor to produce catalyst supports, such as nickel-alumina catalysts, which are employed in various chemical processes.
Chemical Synthesis: It is used as a reactant or precursor in chemical synthesis to produce other nickel compounds or complex molecules.
Research and Development: Nickel carbonate is a valuable material in research and development activities, such as studying catalytic reactions, material science, and the development of new technologies.