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The Many Uses for Ammonium Metavanadate

Posted by Diane Milner on Jun 4, 2018 9:03:00 AM

 

 

Ammonium metavanadate is an inorganic compound represented by the formula NH4VO3. As a crystalline solid, it is white, but samples can sometimes appear slightly yellow. It has a molecular weight of 116.977 g/mol.

It is denser than water and slightly soluble. Ammonium metavanadate is somewhat toxic, particularly to the skin, and should always be handled with care. It is stable under normal storage conditions.

The chemical is primarily used as an intermediate or as an oxidizing agent. It is commonly used as a substrate in the synthesis of silver vanadate, manganese vanadate, and vanadium oxide. It can catalyze the synthesis of octahydroquinazolinone derivatives and azalactone derivatives.

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Topics: Ammonium Metavanadate, Chemical Supplier

Who Needs Custom Chemicals?

Posted by Diane Milner on Jan 15, 2018 9:27:00 AM

 

Custom chemical requests are nothing new for Noah Technologies. For decades, we’ve been working with clients all over the country – and in fact, the globe – to fulfill highly specific requirements regarding chemical purity, packaging, size, and form.

But who needs custom chemicals? What kind of clients do we work with most frequently on special or entirely custom orders? Here’s a breakdown of who is most likely to turn to us for a unique chemical solution.

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Topics: Chemical Supplier, Chemical Manufacturing, Chemical Related Heath Issues, Raw Materials

3 Ways Your Chemical Supplier Should Be Able to Customize Raw Materials for Your Manufacturing Process

Posted by Diane Milner on Dec 18, 2017 9:56:00 AM

 

Not every application calls for custom chemicals. In many facets of the manufacturing industry, however, custom-batch chemicals can make the difference between a successful run and a costly mistake. Customized chemicals are more predictable, better tailored, and can even be more cost effective than “off-the-rack” chemical compounds.

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing, Chemicals, Chemical Supplier