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Antimony trichloride
Chinese name: antimony trichloride
English name: Antimony trichloride
Nickname: Antimony chloride
Molecular formula: SbCl3
Appearance and properties: White, easily deliquescent transparent rhombic crystal, emitting smoke in the air
Molecular weight: 228.11
National standard number: 81046
CAS number: 10025-91-9
Steam pressure: 0.13kPa (49.2 ℃)
Melting point: 73.4 ℃
Boiling point: 223.5 ℃
Solubility: soluble in alcohol, benzene, acetone, etc
Density: Relative density (water=1) 3.14 Stable and stable
Danger sign: 20 (acidic corrosive products)
Main uses: used as analytical reagents, catalysts, and in organic synthesis
Character: Colorless crystal. Easy to deliquescence. Sublimation at 100 ℃. Smoke in the air. Soluble in ethanol, ether, benzene, carbon disulfide, chloroform, acetone, dioxane, and carbon tetrachloride, insoluble in pyridine, quinoline, and other organic bases. At 25 ℃, 1G is dissolved in 10.1ml of water and gradually hydrolyzed to form antimony oxychloride. Relative density (d204) 3.14. Melting point 73 ℃. Boiling point 223.5 ℃. Low toxicity, median lethal dose (rat, oral) 525 mG/kG. Corrosive.
Storage: Sealed and dry storage.