Vanadium

Vanadium is widely dispersed in nature and its concentration in the earth's crust is equal to 0,016%; it assumes different colors depending on the level of oxidization. The applications of vanadium have still not been completely explored; most of the metal produced is transformed into Vanadium ferroalloy, which is used for manufacturing Vanadium steels. Some compounds like ammonium metavanadate and vanadium pentoxide are used as oxidation catalysts. Todini Chemicals offers this range of products for the ceramic sector and as catalysts.

ammonium metavanadate

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  • Family V (Vanadium)
  • CAS registry number 7803-55-6
  • Formula NH4VO3

Ammonium metavanadate, NH4VO3, is a water-soluble inorganic acid that acts as an insulin mimic. Ammonium metavanadate belongs to the family of vanadates that contain many different oxidative states which are dependent on pH. Ammonium metavanadate is the most common laboratory vanadate reagent, along with potassium metavanadate, KVO3. Crystalline ammonium metavanadate contains infinitely long chains of corner-sharing VO4 tetrahedra.

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sodium metavanadate

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  • Family V (Vanadium)
  • CAS registry number 13718-26-8
  • Formula NaVO3

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vanadium pentoxide

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  • Family V (Vanadium)
  • CAS registry number 1314-62-1
  • Formula V2O5

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Vanadium trichloride

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  • Family V (Vanadium)
  • CAS registry number 7718-98-1
  • Formula VCI3

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vanadium trioxide

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  • Family V (Vanadium)
  • CAS registry number 1314-34-7
  • Formula V2O3

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Potassium metavanadate

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  • Family V (Vanadium)
  • CAS registry number 13769-43-2
  • Formula KVO3

Potassium metavanadate is the most common laboratory vanadate reagent, along with Ammonium metavanadate.

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