Nickel

Nickel is naturally found in the earth's crust in concentrations of 0.0042% and generally not in the free state but associated to numerous other metals. Nickel has a shiny white appearance and is usually mixed with other metals to produce alloys; while Nickel compounds can be used in many different applications: in the petroleum and chemical industry, in galvanic technology, in electronic engineering for preparing dry-cell batteries and in chemical laboratories. Todini Chemicals has been distributing Nickel salts and oxides as well as Nickel metal for over 10 years and has become an important distributor at an international level.

Depolarized Nickel Crown

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7440-02-0
  • Formula Ni

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Electrolytic Nickel Crown

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7440-02-0
  • Formula Ni

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Nickel Hydroxycarbonate

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 12607-70-4
  • Formula Ni3CO3(OH)4

Nickel(II) carbonate is an inorganic compound or a mixture of inorganic compounds containing nickel and carbonate. The most important nickel carbonate is basic nickel carbonate with the formula Ni4CO3(OH)6(H2O)4.

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Nickel Sulphate Solution

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7786-81-4
  • Formula NISO4.XH2O

Nickel sulfate solutions are moderate to highly-concentrated liquid solutions of nickel sulfate. And therefore they are an excellent source of nickel sulfate for applications requiring solubilized materials. (10101-97-0)

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Nickel Carbonate Powder

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 3333-67-3
  • Formula NICO3

Nickel has the ability to adsorb large amounts of hydrogen and is therefore used as a catalyst in hydrogenation. Nickel anhydrous is also useful for adjusting the pH of nickel baths.

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Nickel Acetate

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 6018-89-9
  • Formula Ni(CH3COO)2.4H2O

Nickel(II) acetate is an inorganic compound of nickel and acetic acid. This inorganic compound is usually found as a tetrahydrated form.

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Nickel Carbonate Paste

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 12067-70-4
  • Formula Ni3CO3(OH)4

Nickel Carbonate paste reacts faster than the powder and is used as a pH adjuster for nickel solutions.

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Nickel Chloride

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7791-20-0
  • Formula NiCl2.6H2O

Nickel anhydrous chloride boils at 600° and on contact with the air absorbs water and forms stable hydrated derivatives; the hexahydrate derivative has the appearance of a green crystalline powder. Nickel chloride is soluble in water, while not so soluble in alcohol and organic solvents; it is an important element for galvanic baths and in the form of anhydrous, nickel chloride is used in anti-gas masks as an ammonia absorbent. It is interesting to note that the compound in question and, more generally, all inorganic nickel salts may cause irritation by prolonged contract with the skin.

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Nickel Fluoride

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 13940-83-5
  • Formula NIF2.4H2O

A chemical compound out of nickel and hydrofluoric acid. In this form it is very stable fluoride compound when exposed to air.

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Nickel Hydroxide

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 12054-48-7
  • Formula Ni(OH)2

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Nickel Metal Cathods (1 X 1)

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7440-02-0
  • Formula Ni

Nickel metal is mainly used in the process called electrolytic nickel plating. Electrolytic nickel plating involves placing the object to nickel functioning as a cathode in an electrolytic bath. Some metal bars to be deposited are also placed in this bath, which are connected to the anode. Once supplied with voltage, the positive ions of the nickel to deposit migrate towards the negative pole where they are deposited forming a metallic layer.

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Nickel Metal Cathods (2 X 2)

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7440-02-0
  • Formula Ni

Nickel metal is mainly used in the process called electrolytic nickel plating. Electrolytic nickel plating involves placing the object to nickel functioning as a cathode in an electrolytic bath. Some metal bars to be deposited are also placed in this bath, which are connected to the anode. Once supplied with voltage, the positive ions of the nickel to deposit migrate towards the negative pole where they are deposited forming a metallic layer.

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Nickel Metal Cathods (4 X 4)

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7440-02-0
  • Formula Ni

Nickel metal is mainly used in the process called electrolytic nickel plating. Electrolytic nickel plating involves placing the object to nickel functioning as a cathode in an electrolytic bath. Some metal bars to be deposited are also placed in this bath, which are connected to the anode. Once supplied with voltage, the positive ions of the nickel to deposit migrate towards the negative pole where they are deposited forming a metallic layer.

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Nickel Metal Cathod Electrolytic

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7440-02-0
  • Formula Ni

Nickel metal is mainly used in the process called electrolytic nickel plating. Electrolytic nickel plating involves placing the object to nickel functioning as a cathode in an electrolytic bath. Some metal bars to be deposited are also placed in this bath, which are connected to the anode. Once supplied with voltage, the positive ions of the nickel to deposit migrate towards the negative pole where they are deposited forming a metallic layer.

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Nickel Nitrate Crystal

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 13478-00-7
  • Formula Ni(NO3).6H2O

Nickel nitrate is a green crystal; it is soluble in a mixture of alcohol and water. The concentrated solution of nickel nitrate is used for the preparation of nickel catalysts used in the hydrogenation of organic derivatives. Nickel nitrate containers must be well sealed and stored in cool places away from oxidisable substances, since nickel nitrate is particularly explosive.

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Nickel Nitrate Solution

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 13478-00-7
  • Formula Ni(NO3).6H2O

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Nickel Oxide Black

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 1313-99-1
  • Formula Ni2O3

Nickel oxide black is a grey-black powder known as Ni2O3 and may not be confused with nickel oxide green (NiO).

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Nickel(II) Oxide Green Powder

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 1313-99-1
  • Formula NiO

Nickel oxide is an oxidized form of nickel metal known as NiO. Not to be confused with nickel oxide black (Ni2O3).

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Nickel Powder (99,95%)

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 7440-02-0
  • Formula Ni

Nickel is not found naturally in the free state but is associated to numerous other metals; it is a shiny white metal and is very malleable.

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Nickel Sulphamate Crystals

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 13770-89-3
  • Formula H3NO3S.1/2 Ni

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Nickel Sulfamate Solution

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 13770-89-3
  • Formula Ni(NH2SO3).4H2O

Nickel sulphamate is supplied as an aequous solution. It is an alternative for nickel sulphate in some applications.

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Nickel Sulphate

Ni

  • Family Ni (Nickel)
  • CAS registry number 10101-97-0
  • Formula NiSO4.6H2O

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