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https://www.wardsci.com/stibo/bigweb/std.lang.all/76/97/10387697.jpg MERCURY(I) NITRATE 2H2O RG 25G CRYSTAL
chem_bottles_wht_P1 MERCURY(I) NITRATE 2H2O RG 25G CRYSTAL

Mercury (I) Nitrate Dihydrate


CAS Number: 7782-86-7
Density (g/mL): 4.78
Formula: Hg2(NO3)2 • 2H2O
Formula Weight: 561.22
Freezing Point (°C): 70
Hazard Info: Toxic, Oxidizer
Shelf Life (months): 12
Solubility: Water and Alcohol
Storage: Blue
Synonyms: Mercurous Nitrate

Please Note: This product is designed for educational and teaching laboratories and no certificate of analysis is available.


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Item # Description Unit Price Quantity
9614202 Mercury (I) Nitrate Dihydrate, Reagent, Crystal, 25 g Bottle
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Each (25g/mol) Retrieving Restricted
9614204 Mercury (I) Nitrate Dihydrate, Reagent, Crystal, 100 g Bottle
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Each (100g/mol) Retrieving Restricted
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Disposal

This disposal method is published for your convenience. You MUST have checked with your federal, state, and local regulations before using this method and these methods are only applicable for small laboratory sized quantities.

This material can only be disposed properly by a licensed hazardous waste disposal firm. Check to see if your school or district has an established relationship with a disposal firm and if not, check with a local college/university or other high schools in the area to see who they use to dispose of their hazardous waste.

Solution Prep

To prepare a solution, determine the formula weight of the material, the concentration (Molarity) of the solution, and the amount of solution desired in Liters. Once this information has been obtained, use the following formula:
(Formula Weight) x (Concentration) x (Desired Volume) = Number of grams in desired volume of liquid

For a 1 M, 1 L solution:
(Formula Weight) x (1 mol/L) x (1 L) = x g added to 1-L volumetric flask. Dilute to a final volume of 1 L with DI Water.

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